MADE IN SCHAFFHAUSEN
Dick L.whichwatch at roadrunner dot com
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andy stevens Wrote:Greetings Denes,I can totally understand your reluctance to part with the VC-AT, but may I ask, where did you source that awesome strap ? I love it !Andy
DénesAquatimer 3548, Ingenieur 3227-02, Ingenieur 3239-04, Mk XVII LPP, Ocean 2000 3504
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whichwatch Wrote:2013 was a fairly quiet year for me. I added two IWC's. First up was the beautiful and wonderfully functional 3878 Spitfire Chrono with the incomparable ardoise dial.I also added the classic 3536 Aquatimer, which gets a huge amount of wrist time all summer long. Nobody does titanium like IWC! I think 3536 is their best ever.During 2014 I will be adding the CF3/CFP. I'm very much looking forward to this one!I don't recall any IWC's actually leaving home during 2013, though I anticipate the departure of four highly collectible classics during 2014. Leaving home will be the 5251 Portofino Moonphase, the Pisa Portugueser, the RG Jubilee Portuguese, and the 5002 Big Pilot Transitional, none of which gets the wear they deserve.I have not quite decided whether or not to release the 3878 Spitfire which would be replaced by the CF3/CFP, but I am leaning towards letting it go.So all in all, I expect 2014 will be a more "active" year for me than was 2013. It will be fun to look back and year end and see how these expectations actually work out!
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Matej09 Wrote:Hi!2013 was good year. I have successfully finished studying at the University.Then I have found a good job. And in December 2013 I have bought a watch that will last a lifetime to remind me year 2013.It is my first IWC watch.
waikato7Very cool stuff mate. I notice in your photos that all your crowns are unscrewed/pulled out. Just curious, is this how you store them?[/QUOTE Wrote: