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Michael Friedberg Wrote:In general, special editions are intended to be priced about 10 % higher due to additional costs. I have told IWC that I hope we can sell 250: am I being too optimistic? We did 100 in 2005 in a few weeks, but I think this will take longer.
Dick L.whichwatch at roadrunner dot com
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Regards from HamburgArne
whichwatch Wrote:But if I am not mistaken, all current pilot's watches with in-house movements have US price points in 5 figures.
Time is something invented by the Swiss to help sell more watches
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bendy Wrote in reply to:whichwatch Wrote:But if I am not mistaken, all current pilot's watches with in-house movements have US price points in 5 figures. As this thread is all about speculation, I thought I would throw this out there - we are basing our assumptions of an in house movement based watch being part of the current pilots line up. Even though this year and next year are not the year of the Pilot, as we have seen with the Portuguese Chrono this year, IWC may bring out a new Pilots watch for 2013 / 2014 that will have an in-house movement, say a MK XVIII or Pilot Chrono with the same movement as the new Portuguese . . . . :) Time will tell.
Best regards,Jim"We are the other people, we are the other people...you're the other people too!" Frank Zappa
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