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biw Wrote:I don't see much innovation with this new Port Chrono. It looks almost the same as the Port Yacht Club Chrono, just in a smaller case. Same movement. Blue vs red center seconds. The dial on the Chrono Classic looks cleaner.
You come from nothing, you go back to nothing. What have you lost? Nothing!
Matteo Mazzini Wrote:Hello guysMany thanks for your replies. As per the last part of the debate, I personally agree with the 50/50% value between the movement and the other components of the watch. Btw, Michael, I remeber one brilliant article of yours where you well supported, against the most, this 50/50 ratio. If can I ask, what made you change your mind so radically? 80/20 is a totally different picture....CheersMatteo
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Michael Friedberg Wrote:Well, to add to the debate I'll share this snapshot
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