You come from nothing, you go back to nothing. What have you lost? Nothing!
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SamsonY Wrote:No need. I want to buy myself another IWC as "backup".
Michael Friedberg Wrote:Of course, a free loaner is always welcome to any consumer. Some other brands, usually at higher price point for their least expensive watches, have done this with mixed results. The usual issues are:1. Cost. There is really no free lunch, and the cost of the loaner is built in, at least indirectly, to either the initial cost or the cost of service, not only for the loaner itself but relative to potential damage to the loaner.
Michael Friedberg Wrote:2. Returns. It's easy enough for someone who pops into a "local" boutique for service, but a much more complicated situation when done via post especially for those not near a dealer.
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Regards, Shing | email iwcforme1976 (at) gmail (dot) comtime does not change us. it just unfolds us. max frisch.all that really belongs to us is time; even he who has nothing else has that. baltasar gracian.
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regulateur Wrote:Interesting fact: The "Atelier watch" is a special model that you can't purchase. It is specially designed with all typical design elements of the brand, so the emotional relation to the customer remains during the time the owner's watch is in for service.
Michael Friedberg Wrote: Many years ago, I asked Georges Kern if he'd ever consider a 1000 or 2000 CHF watch, perhaps in plastic, to explore a new market (just asking -I wasn't in favor). The only way I can characterize his response is to say I might have done better insulting his family ;)