Everything you need for a Happy Life is within yourself...
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You come from nothing, you go back to nothing. What have you lost? Nothing!
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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)
regulateur Wrote:There are so many limited editions out there - just get one that pleases you. Why waiting and holding back the money? The longer you wait for a CF watch (and as Michael says, there is yet a loooong way yet to go), the higher is the risk that you will be disappointed by the result once - if ever - it is revealed. We have some experience in this ;-) I am much more looking forward to my visit at SIHH to see the novelties there.
Michael Friedberg Wrote:Sorry, nothing to report --yet. We're still a long way from realization.
Dick L.whichwatch at roadrunner dot com
regulateur Wrote:I guess the topic would be a great bet for the UK betting agencies. I personally would place quite an amount that will not happen :-)
Sunflower Wrote:CFW3 helped me this summer. I bought the Spitfire Chrono, and considered buying the Mark XVII too, as it is so pretty: maybe best buy after the new Pilot's Chrono 3777, even my wife encouraged me to buy it. That buy would have been against my rule of not more than one watch a year, I might later have felt sorry to buy the Mark XVII as a fun watch, a side dish, where that watch deserves better. But I thought about CFW3, that it quite probably would be a special Mark XVII, and decided to wait for it. Well, I guess if new proposals are considered now after such a clear message from the forum community where the Mark XVII was at least in the Top-3, I guess chances are small that CFW3 will indeed be a Mark XVII. But at least CFW3 had its effect on me and my buying behaviour, IWC would have sold one more watch in 2012 if CFW3 had not been in our mKind regards,Paul
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