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Dhr. drs. B.E.M. Dekkers Wrote:Great ATsTry the orange strap!It works for me!Blue is fineBut orange rocks!Cheers
SoCalJD Wrote in reply to:Thank you for posting your strap options for your two ATs! That orange strap would be a great match for the limited production "Fanta" AT2000, but also works well with your blue AT chrono as it has that orange seconds hand. I wish IWC had put into production as options the original rubber straps shown when the current ATs were first introduced; the outside of the strap had a cross-hatch pattern similar to what is on the underside of the current rubber straps. Best,JerryDhr. drs. B.E.M. Dekkers Wrote:Great ATsTry the orange strap!It works for me!Blue is fineBut orange rocks!Cheers
SoCalJD Wrote:Andy,I highly recommend you drop by the Boutique when you have time and try the blue rubber for yourself; my photo skills aren't that great so the blue shade was hard to capture. The suppleness is no joke on the blue rubber strap as I'm able to flex it pretty much any direction and it complies with ease whereas the old black rubber strap feels far more rigid.As for letting one of my 3568s go, I'm leaning towards the black/yellow because I already own other dive watches with black-dials and also because my white-dialed was purchased from my AD the weekend my second son was born back in late 2010, so it holds more sentimental value to me and was also my first IWC. The black/yellow was purchased from the same AD a few months later but was more of a spontaneous event without much symbolism and sentiment behind it as the purchase of the white-dial. Another reason is that white-dialed dive watches don't seem very common and out of the ones I've seen, IWC in my opinion, makes the nicest one.Best Regards,Jerry
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