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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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MfG, RomanKM/WWW/Mk.11/666/3508/9239/322712/811/3531/5442/5448/PD etc.
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shing Wrote:My guess - and it is only a guess - is that the answer is Yes (especially considering the 2nd source of information below):Complication (horology)From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaIn horology (study of clocks), complication refers to any feature in a timepiece beyond the simple display of hours, minutes, and seconds.A timepiece indicating only hours, minutes, and seconds is otherwise known as a simple movement. Common additions such as day/date displays, chronographs, and automatic winding mechanisms are usually not sufficient to permit a movement to be called complicated. Moreover, that a watch movement may be a Certified Chronometer does not itself count as a complication.from ehow:Technical TermsIn the world of watch making, known as horology, the bezel falls under a category known as "complications." In this context, the complication does not mean the ease in which a watch is utilized, but instead refers to any watch feature that extends beyond the simple function of telling time. The term complication is most often used by high-end or luxury watch brands in referring to the features of their products. Since the watch bezel can have functional and/or decorative purposes, it is considered a complication.
Time is something invented by the Swiss to help sell more watches
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flyrobyfly36 Wrote:Mechanical complication related to the movement.Inner bezel is not, just a different way of displaying functions - imo.
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