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Kokoro Wrote:I believe that the ebauche mechanism of the 89360 movement (bridges / boards) has been modified to simplify manufacturing and assembly of the movement. I think that the automatic winding mechanism has been modified as well for easier assembly.
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Michael Friedberg Wrote in reply to:Kokoro Wrote:I believe that the ebauche mechanism of the 89360 movement (bridges / boards) has been modified to simplify manufacturing and assembly of the movement. I think that the automatic winding mechanism has been modified as well for easier assembly. That basically is correct. I have talked to IWC about this and am awaiting technical details. The movement is more the same than it looks --there are differences but they relate more to production and servicing than function.
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Dimer van Santen Wrote:Yesterday I got an e-mail from IWC. They told me the only modification is that they removed the shock-protection rotor bridge absorber. They didn't tell me the reason for this. The same movement will be used in the new Da Vinci and Aquatimer Chronograph (red gold). To be honest, I'm quite dissapointed since this is a USP for this watch.
What you do may not be so important, but it is very important that you do it well. (my variation of a saying by Gandhi)
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