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Ardoise Wrote:CK" - Your photo also shows some evolution to the updated geometry of the winding pawls in the Pellaton Winding system, when compared to the photo I posted, which is a watch made in 2003. See the difference?
lennylim Wrote:...questions from a relative newbie:i) what is the difference in the various cal. 5xxxx models? is there a caliber numbering convention?ii) what does adjusted to 5 positions mean?
ckimmelshue Wrote:I recently received a 5001-07 from an AD, and I noticed that IWC may have changed the location of where they engrave the caliber number on the movement. On IWC's website, they mark it near the balance wheel:On my new 5001, they marked it here instead:Has anyone else noticed this change?
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