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Bob Bunnik Wrote:Thanks, great review! Wasn't aware of the difference in the bracelet links!Best regards,Bob
Sincerely, Kelvin Leung_______________________________________________________________________________________Repeat after me: I don't need another IWC, I really don't need another IWC...
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Regards, Shing | email iwcforme1976 (at) gmail (dot) comtime does not change us. it just unfolds us. max frisch.all that really belongs to us is time; even he who has nothing else has that. baltasar gracian.
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shing Wrote:beautiful love the chronograph buttons of the Ing. One of the reasons I like IWC is the attention to details of its straps/bracelets/buttons/lugs: the variations always make for a "lifted eyebrow" reaction & experience from me, and they give each series or reference a bit more identity that the last/other.
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jsyhuang Wrote:Dear Abso,I purchased the same titanium aquatimer about a month ago. I have noticed a few things that is bugging me:1) Curved minute hand: if you look closely, the minute hand is slightly curved right at the end. I use to think it's a manufacturing fault, but I have seen the same in other aquatimers (not all). This is not present in any other model. Not sure why IWC would make the minute hand curved. Does your titanium aquatimer have the same curve on the minute hand? 2) Accuracy: when I first bought the watch, it was consistently +2/3 seconds/day faster, but now for some bizarre reason it's -3 seconds/day slower! How's the accuracy performance of yours?3) Cromometer hour hand alignment: my hour hand is a little off/skew to the right every time I reset the stopwatch, resulting in the hour hand approaching the next point when the minute hand haven't completed the full 30 minutes cycle.4) Dent and Scratch: How are you finding IWC's titanium casings? Are the scratch/dent magnets?I appreciate your input.