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bendy Wrote:Ahh, if only they could get the price wrong . . .
Regards,JeronimoOmar Khayyám (Persia XI-XII Century) offered that Time should not only be measured in length but also in width due to the intrinsic difference between a minute or other depending on what is happening to the beholder... I wonder how a watch would look like...
cinq Wrote:Hi Mark1958,What about a World Timer? I think it does exactly what you want and adds the bonus of another timezone too!Kind regards,Clemens
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Waimar Wrote:Let me make an attempt to get this thread back on-topic.As far as I know the date changing mechanism is interconnected with the timekeeping mechanism during the "forbidden times".This is why it can be bad to quick-adjust during this period because of potentially harmful interactions between quick set date and timekeeping mechanisms. Outside the forbidden times the mechanisms are not coupled and can thus be used independently.I do not know, however, if IWC made a watch that allows quick-setting the date during the forbidden times. If my argument above is true, then that would mean the quick-setting mechanism would have to be uncoupled somehow from the timing mechanism at all times, which I find hard to believe.These are just my random thoughts on the subject, please do not act on them until confirmed or disproved by the real experts that attend this forum.
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