. . . 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.
Launched in 1998 as a part of the Collection Privée Cartier Paris, or CPCP for short, this rare, manual-winding, 18K white gold Cartier Tortue Monopoussoir (Ref. 2396) is part of a series of mechanical watches based on historic Cartier designs The CPCP sh
The last purchase I did in 2019 was made in Nov. I came across the amazing De Bethune DB15 perpetual when I was on vacation in Nagoya, Japan. It was love at first glance and I made the decision within minutes. While I was still enjoying my honey moon with
I, personally, just don’t see it. To me, brave and bold design is De Bethune, URWERK, Harry Winston Opus Collection, MB&F etc. These guys all blaze new trails in design and break some glass along the way. I just don’t see that here at all. I think whe
I think the Lange perpetual is a great choice for a complicated dress piece. The aquanaut is an attractive watch as well, but my issue with it is that it's a currently hype piece with a huge premium, and at the same price point there will be some far more
MB&F, De Bethune, URWERK etc. make watches that look like absolutely nothing else on the market today. If you think about it, if you are trying to design a new watch today with a round(ish) case and round sub-dials, it is near impossible to do so with
This time WS focuses on our present dreams. With the latest catch we make our present dreams come true. We have two winners today. The daughter of KMII is the winner of our hearts with her latest and obviously her first catch, the flik flak. Watchonthewri