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Sunflower Wrote:Indeed, the current Spitfire Chrono has a steel back, as mine shows. But it has no antimagnetic cage, as the specifications indicate. I was under the impression that the cage was left out because otherwise the watch would become too thick. If the CF3 will have such a cage, will the watch become thicker too? And will the movement have to be modified slightly, as with the 80110 (with cage) versus the 80111 (without cage)? I thought that a CF watch would be a production watch with some special dial etc. but not with a special, thicker, case, as that would become too expensive.+1So the question is: will the CF3 have an antimagnetic cage where the standard Spitfire Chrono has not, and if so, how is that achieved? A special construction to make that cage fit after all? A thicker case? If the standard case is used, is it to be expected that the Spitfire Chrono will get an antimagnetic cage soon, or (quite unlikely, I know) was that cage already there all the time but not specified?I am looking forward to know more about this fantastic looking watch.Kind regards,Paul
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WatchJunkie Wrote:I am with Paul on that topic... Where is the iron core on the regular spitfire then, as internal space was mentioned as a problem in previous discussions. Interesting development?
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Michael Friedberg Wrote in reply to:WatchJunkie Wrote:I am with Paul on that topic... Where is the iron core on the regular spitfire then, as internal space was mentioned as a problem in previous discussions. Interesting development?I don't know the answer. It's something I can best handle when I talk to some of the product development people, which will take some time. I suspect the case back can be made thinner, and I will find out.
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