regulateur Wrote:...But even for a "frequent wearer" of IWC watches, the delay will be at least 7 to 10 years - the period until the watch first comes to a service. Now, looking at the average time senior management is in place in companies like IWC nowadays, I don't think their main concern is how the perception of the quality will be after that lifespan of 10 years....
regulateur Wrote:Having said that, it is possible to produce a heavily reliable, mechanic calibre with high quality standards, four days power reserve, quite antimagnetic and 100% swiss made for a price of less than 50 USD...
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Padj Wrote:Yes. I am with Paul here. Please David, and Jack. Fill us in on specifics. We spend a lot of money on these high-end watches. We would like to know what you know, if there are quality issues.
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dmath Wrote:I'm late to the party on this one but want to add my appreciation for the long-term, technical view. Watch movements are complex machines and certain to be imperfect. As a computer scientist, I'm just glad that they are of higher quality than most software.
Padj Wrote: If, for some reason , you strongly disagree, you could email me if you want.
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