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  1. Just got back from a vacation in Carmel CA...while their I stopped by a nice little watch shop that was a Rolex, Tudor and Cartier AD..... The sales rep that was helping me just got a two tone Tudor for himself, so we started talking about the brand and the new IN House movements coming out. he informed me that the Gen 1 Pelagos will be discounted by 30% once the new version hits the stores.
  2. Just did the same on mine and yes there's a tiny shifting down when I push the bezel as u did on your video...
  3. Did you contact DavidSW.
  4. It's all relative to your wrist size, I do think the new 36mm DJs can accommodate up to 7.5" wrists without looking strange.
  5. Right with you on this one, Dan! I don't know if I could ever sell my Black Bay Red!
  6. I have Milgauss now...but I have several thoughts for swapping...but don´t know which one. I had Explorer I 39mm, no date 14060m, 16570 white..and now Milgauss..better be a scientist from CERN or back to climber..or..diver? Which one I had to choose? Unfortunately Ceramic models are out of my budget. My combo is now Omega Speedmaster pro moon - legend ...and what will be better to my combo?
  7. Quick Update - 5 days in, at 8:30:00 on my PC, watch registered at 8:29:40 so 17 seconds over 5 days = avg 3.4 seconds / day. PR ranged from 5 - 6.5
  8. Hi, Can anyone offer any advice on where I could source an original Kevlar strap for a IW378601 (PILOTS DOPPEL CHRONOGRAPH CERAMIC) ad roughly how much such a strap may cost??? Thanks
  9. Pardon if I can find this info elsewhere. I used to remember there being an effective Google search bar on this site, but it seems to not exist anymore. I am considering buying either a Pilot Chrono 3777 or a Big Pilot later this year. I have some skinny ass wrists at 6.5". I think the BP will be too big for me, but it just looks so nice and bad ass that I want it. I currently only have one watch - an Omega SMP 2254.50, which I think is 41mm. Do any guys out there own a BP and have a small wrist? My head is telling me to settle for the Pilot Chrono as it's still a big watch but will fit me better.
  10. Check out the Baume & Mercier world time watch. Not nearly as attractive as the IWC variant, but it supposedly uses the IWC world time module; that's why it's retail price is so high. Anyway, the B&M can be had for very deep discounts. heb
  11. IWC OEM straps made to work with either tang or deployment, I've gone back and forth on a few I have, there is no issue whatsoever. If you in doubt, have the boutique folks put it on the watch for you, so you can decide, they are normally cool with it
  12. I've read lug-to-lug is 47mm. But I don't own the watch, so probably best to let a 3714 owner measure it and reply.
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