"This man is dangerous. He winds his watch by hand." - from IWC Ads 70's
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headhoncho Wrote in reply to: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!!Thank you WAIKATO7!When you say "knock it", do you mean don't hit the watch? Like banging it on a surface? First time WATCH owner... lolThanks again,H
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!!
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Bill B. Wrote in reply to: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?I may misunderstand your comment. But, the gears in the date change train are engaged between 20:00 and 02:00 regardless of whether or not the watch is running. If the hands are between these times, but the watch is stopped, I would not use the quick date option. The gears are still engaged and you can do damage.
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?
andy stevens Wrote:H,Beautiful wife indeed ! WOW, what a wonderful gift. I'm curious of how she came to choose IWC and specifically the 5001 for her "First IWC, First Watch Ever" guy?Care to share?Congratulations and enjoy all it's beauty.Andy
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Bill B. Wrote:For a new IWC bought from an Authorized Dealer, AD, the warranty is two years.
KevinJ Wrote:Congratulations, IMHO your wife has excellent taste. It is a great first time watch so like others here interested in how she selected IWC and this particular watch?Wear it in good health and enjoy it.Kevin
Telecaster Wrote:First, congratulations to an extraordinary wife!Secondly, congratulations to a wonderful and truly classic timepiece!You have already got the crucial info on what not to do with a mechanical watch. As long as you stick to those guidelines you should have smooth ride transferring to a watch addict./Anders
cinq Wrote:Congratulations, both on the watch and most of all with your wife! I see that the important tips have been given already: take care setting time and date and most of all enjoy! Wear your beauty in good health and enjoy this great forum.Kind regards,Clemens
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
eulkumen Wrote:Congratulations, amazing watch! Wear in good health!Appears to be your wife has either unique taste or right sources to tell her the best!I had the black version 3 months ago; I am not sure if i am biased in favor of IWC but it is the most valuable watch in its league and it has the highest quality-price match!