. . . 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.
I was fortunate enough to get my 15300 years ago, back when they could be found at a discount. Once they were replaced by the 15400 I realized how important the original proportions are to the overall look of the watch. Congratulations! I know you will en
„I am probably stepping on toes of purists here, and I am a bit amazed myself as well, that this watch gives me this impression. Given the price of the 15300 – market price euro versus approx 8500 euro for a 15202 – I don’t know if I would care enough fo
the 15300 is a true gem ! I went thru exactly the same path as you. Couldn’t get the 15202 ... waited and waited. 15400 too big ... Eventually I managed to find a blue dial 15300 in mint condition just few months back and I got it. Yes it’s a big premium
A couple of years ago I tried to source a 15202. I was 'on the list' (fooly me) and patiently waited. After I understood that it was not going to happen and I didn't want to pay the premium, I looked for alternatives. But both the 15400 and the new 15500
The dial ... despite the date window, it’s still a gorgeous dial imho. I quite like the date there on the dial as the original Polaris has a date too. I would have preferred if the date window is not white , not even blue to match the dial but in a vanill