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Best regards,Jim"We are the other people, we are the other people...you're the other people too!" Frank Zappa
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GeorgeK Wrote:So if I understand correctly, the bezel on my AMG is no longer screwed in place, only bayonet-locked? Then why is it oh-so little off center? Not that I mind, but I would prefer to know it is screwed in.
8541 Wrote:In fact, I learnt more than one thing. Thanks to Bob I now understand that there is more than one "alarm" IWC out there, and not only the GST Alarm Ref#3537 with the JLC Cal.917.So the question now arises - were there any other IWC's with alarm function, or are these the only two.Best regardsMark
scfong Wrote in reply to:8541 Wrote:In fact, I learnt more than one thing. Thanks to Bob I now understand that there is more than one "alarm" IWC out there, and not only the GST Alarm Ref#3537 with the JLC Cal.917.So the question now arises - were there any other IWC's with alarm function, or are these the only two.Best regardsMarkAt least one more, the IWC/PD ref. 3821 Worldtimer Ti. I have both the strap and bracelet edition. One in black dial and one in silver. :)
Sincerely, Kelvin Leung_______________________________________________________________________________________Repeat after me: I don't need another IWC, I really don't need another IWC...
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Michael Friedberg Wrote:Bob --would you believe that the Chrono-Alarm Inge was 34mm in diameter?Anthony --the older models had a screwed bezel, so the holes did not align the same from example to example, depending on the tightening. The current models use a bayonet locking system for the bezel, so the holes are always in the same place.
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The greatest IWC is the one that is inbound."
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