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David Hills Wrote:Roman, you are true 'Ingenieur'!
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Sincerely, Kelvin Leung_______________________________________________________________________________________Repeat after me: I don't need another IWC, I really don't need another IWC...
Leosweeneypod Wrote:Hi Andy,It is a 3234 from 2007. 44mm sized steel case with ceramic bezel and outer caseback. IWC 80111 in-house movement. It was not a limited edition but being only issued for one year,combined with it's unusual looks,it seems to be pretty rare. I have only seen 6 others through the workshop in the 5 years since their release. I can be pretty hard on my watches so I chose it for the movement and ceramic bezel,which can withstand anything I throw at it from servicing my motorbike to diving a reef.Being a watchmaker, I have made a few personal but subtle changes from the original spec. The screws are now blued and bridges bevelled. The caseback crystal now has an antireflective coating to enhance the view of the movement and I have swapped the soft-strap and pin buckle for a croc and deployment.Not being privy to the thoughts and reasoning of the IWC design team, I can only presume that the use of index-only dials in the new 40mm models was inspired by research into the design of older Ingenieur models. I am sure balance or symmetry did not enter the equation as there have been many great Ingenieur models in the past smaller than 40mm with arabic/index dials.Leo
abs0 Wrote:my (by now already obsolete) AMG Ingenieur Chrono:
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rc30 Wrote:The Ingenieur was my 1st watch from IWC. Since that time I love it so much and something collected:Waiting for next year ;)
8541 Wrote:Amazing Inge collection Roman! Which one gets the most wrist time these days?
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