Skule Wrote in reply to:Dimitris Psaromialos Wrote:It is in my wish list!!! Great watch!One question ...Is it heavy on your wrist?Thanks guys! Dimitris - nope, it is not heavy at all, it is quite a bit lighter than my similarly sized Big Ingenieur Chronograph (which has the same movement). It is simply put just perfect :-)
Dimitris Psaromialos Wrote:It is in my wish list!!! Great watch!One question ...Is it heavy on your wrist?
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Skule Wrote:Thanks guys - a new IWC is always fun, and this is my 4th :-)Alan - like all Portuguese lovers I really like the new chrono of course. I had the chance to try on and study Mark's in detail and it is an instant classic if you ask me. I was never a rose/yellow/red gold person before I fell for my PPC but after that something must have clicked because I think Mark's is the finest one.I know that many of you are waiting for the Laureus Yacht Club, and there is absolutely nothin wrong with that - it is a very cool watch with a gorgeous blue sunray dial. Fortunately I had the opportunity to see pictures of both the above mentioned watches before making the decision to get the Volvo Ocean Race YC. I just love the carbon fibre dial with that 3D texture and depth, that texture is even shown on the rubber strap as well :-), the cool grey of titanium, and of course the red and blue details. The PPC is unbeatable for style but in my day to day routine this watch is probably as close to "me" as any can ever get - I'm loving it!PS! Since the question was raised regarding weight I weighed all my watches today:Big Ingenieur Chrono: 152gAT Deep Two: 148g5022 PPC: 142gYC Volvo Ocean Race: 120gHow's that for light :-)