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salemyang Wrote:I can't be the only one here who is more and more worried about the size of IWC's watches right?I'm not quite sure what IWC's position is anymore, but I assumed they were "modern", "elegant" and "sophisticated".However, seeings new watches having 44mm as the standard width makes me worried that IWC is turning into no different than another degree of Panerai, large, gaudy and showy.I don't know who's wrist a 44mm+ with no bezel is for, but I doubt it'll look elegant or sophisticated!
Cheers,Ray in LAPortuguese Chrono white/blue IW3714-17, Portuguese Chrono Classic Silver/blue IW3904-03, Portofino 8-day black IW5101-02, Portofino VT Moon phase IW5448-01; 1947 Cal 88.Looking for a FA Jones LE. Email: cooray dot ray at gmail dot com
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salemyang Wrote in reply to:waikato7 Wrote:I think this is a non issue. 42 - 48mm is a perfect size range if you ask me. Really?
waikato7 Wrote:I think this is a non issue. 42 - 48mm is a perfect size range if you ask me.
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Sincerely, Kelvin Leung_______________________________________________________________________________________Repeat after me: I don't need another IWC, I really don't need another IWC...
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salemyang Wrote:I have a 42mm Port Auto, which is the maximize size that looks good (keep in mind it has no bezel). Its also the smallest inhouse prestige watch IWC makes.My next watch probably won't be an IWC simply because they dont make any watches above the Port Auto 7-day that looks good...I mean, this is a 45mm watch (same size as many complicated IWC watches):It looks comical...Now fashion sense is obviously a matter of taste and many people here will find my sentiments against IWC disagreeable because of how invested they are with the brand. But even so, I mean, my distaste for ultra-oversized watches can't be unique here can it?
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