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Alan Ross Wrote:After handling everything at the show there are certain conclusions to be drawn.First, if you like big watches then you will probably like the new line. If not, you will not be happy.The Spitfire line has been elevated in my eyes. The dial looks superb and each piece is wonderful especially on the brown strap. The double date chrono Spitfire is superb but at close to $55k US it will be out of range for most of us.The ceramic pilots are very nice.but they will cost you.To me the double chrono is the hit of the show. I like the 46mm size and it just looks right.If you like the rustic look the Miramars are really cool.New bracelets with adjustable clasp are very nice, especially when your wrist swells in warm climates. There are several limited editions planned but no info can be released at this time.I know some of the US list prices $$. But I will not post unless MF approves.
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andy stevens Wrote:Alan:Not sure if this question has been asked and answered.Has any new variations from the rest of the colections been unvailed? Or does IWC @ SIHH only focus on the "Year Of The ****" ?Thanks,Andy
Alan Ross Wrote:...To me the double chrono is the hit of the show. I like the 46mm size and it just looks right.
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