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waikato7 Wrote:I'm guessing if the watch has come to a stop thru not being wound, it would be ok to change the date 1st before winding? Or is that wrong?
Sidestreaker Wrote:First of all, Congratulations! You're a lucky man to receive this from your wife. It is certainly a wonderful gift especially coming from someone special.There's no on-line registration on the website. For services, maintenance and care you can refer to the link below:http://www.iwc.com/en/service/There's only one important rule when onwing an IWC:just enjoy them.Wear it in good health and many more IWC to come!
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waikato7 Wrote:Congratulations! Very nice of your wife!!Advice? Just be very careful with it!! Don't knock it, I hate it when I do that to mine!!
David Hills Wrote:Congratulations! Do not use the quick date change between the hours of 8.00 PM and 4 AM as the gears automatically operate between these hours and overriding can cause damage. Enjoy!
JeronimoCG Wrote:Many congratulations on your lovely watch and on your lovely (and wise) wife that gave it to you!Take good care of it and ENJOY your first - likely not your last - IWC.Cheers!
teeveetee Wrote:gorgeous watch, amazing gift.enjoy the watch!congratulations,thang
The UK Greg Wrote:Just before the guarentee runs out - check the date of the guarentee - send it in for service at your local service centre. Then afterwards send in for service every four years.Got the very same watch and it's one of my favourites!Treasure your wife for buying you such a watch and please don't swim with it or start playing tennis, golf or start using it in heavy shock situations and it will give you years of enjoyment