. . . to our new forum. Charlie's been a community member for many years, and a familiar voice on all matters IWC. Not exclusively, though - he spreads his wings far and wide, with examples from several manufacturers in his collection. So while he'll be moderating this particular forum, don't be surprised to see Charlie everywhere.
Firs tI want to make clear I never wanted or considered a quartz That was for watches under 500 euro, right ? But was I wrong ? I always convinced myself that a mechanical watch can be expensive or even must be expensive because of the movement 10K - 20K
about my lifestyle needs, well I always have been a stainless steel guy and I was happy with my nautilus 5711 for almost 10 years but recently I'm starting to like it less because of the hype happening around it, it feels more like a fashion watch to me (
Facts 1/ We know from the Autumn 2019 Patek Magazine that new Calatravas are coming. 2/There is the new movement 26-330 3/It is meant to appeal to "younger" buyers Speculation 1/It seems unlikely there will be a steel time-and-date-only model calatrava? 2
Wondering what the experience has been regarding black vs white. I know when i put the white 5711 i really loved it. But here we have a little more going on. What is the feeling of those who owned one or both flavors. Borrowed two pictures from the web.
Years ago I really did NOT like this guy, saw some interviews and video's where he was talking about Nautilus investments and others like overhyped steel sports rolexes This video however ... well he made a good evolution in the watch journey we all went
There are a lot of watch enthusiasts out there who are not as "enthusiastic" as us. I have a friend who has a nice Breguet La Tradition and a JLC Perp who bought an IWC Le Petit Prince and not once did even notice how far off the date was from the 3'0 clo
I haven’t posted in a while, it’s been a very busy month or so with some good stuff and some bad stuff. Almost at the end of it now and will be heading “home” soon. Current travel companion is the ever versatile Nautilus. It’s hard to beat, the slim case,