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dmath Wrote:I think Kristoffer may be right about a generational divide on this. While I find the blue version interesting, I wouldn't buy it but if it appeals to others, great for them and for IWC. Many watch brands have in their collections a couple of watches that I like. What distinguishes IWC for me is that they make many watches that I like. But IWC would be a very boring brand indeed if they made only watches that appealed to me (hint - there would be a whole lot of Portuguese out there). Glad to see them going a bit beyond what we're used to.
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clepsydra Wrote:Hi David,What do you mean by boring? Do you mean conservative? If you do, what's wrong with that? I like boring, then. I liked IWC better when it used to be "boring" and I like their current "boring" watches. I definitely to do not like these "loud" variations.
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Michael Friedberg Wrote:But--showing them together makes them look at best like rainbow, and at worst as ice cream. I just think there's some overreaction to this presentation. They are credible watches.
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dmath Wrote in reply to:clepsydra Wrote:Hi David,What do you mean by boring? Do you mean conservative? If you do, what's wrong with that? I like boring, then. I liked IWC better when it used to be "boring" and I like their current "boring" watches. I definitely to do not like these "loud" variations.Hi Tony - what I meant by boring was lacking in variety. It wasn't a statement about any one individual watch but about how the collection would be if they limited it to what I like. I too like conservative watches - perhaps "classic" would be a better description - but I'm glad that other people have other tastes, the world is a more interesting place as a result.
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