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kenneth laycock Wrote:Dear forum members.I placed an enquiry in the wrong box,requesting some advice on the merits of buying a BP 5002 vs the 5004/5009.What are the advantages of the 5002 over the 5004/5009.Notwithstanding the obvious,that the 5002 is no longer available as a new model,and it does have a slow beat movement,except for the transitional model.I like the 'purity'that the 5002 has to offer in terms of history.I would appreciate any guidance from the forum members.Thankyou.Kenneth.
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regulateur Wrote:It is very clear - in terms of being "iconic", relating to the history, being the first Big Pilot watch of IWC at all (except for the B-Uhr of course) and also for the probability of keeping the value, the 5002 is absolutely best choice. Also, there are not 100 color variations of the model - the platinum version is the only variant.If you are able, get a slow beat. The ticking is so much nicer and relaxing!
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