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  1. Not too bad for "The Jubilee Droop'.
  2. Fits you very well indeed - great pictures too!
  3. Hi Sys, We're a North Texas Tudor dealer but we'd be happy to get you a watch in California ASAP. Which watches were you considering? As an aside, please check out our recent North Flag review and our Tudor Buyer's Guide.
  4. Let's use this thread to present our purchases rather than starting new threads all the time. I 'll start. My last one is a OP, 36 mm, pre-owned.
  5. It is a ridiculous notion; people should buy what they like, and not conjure up reasons to do otherwise.
  6. My wife has ordered me not one.....but TWO cases from this company.....full review when they arrive.... borrowed pic
  7. Congratulations on an excellent watch. Very well done. Wear it in good health. BTW, the new bracelet is fantastic. I have it on my new 3777 (Classic Chronograph). I've posted some photos of the new bracelet in this thread.
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    Hi. I have inherited two watches, both IWC. Both are fairly old I believe. Can anyone shed any light on if they are genuine, age etc? Thanks in advance!
  9. It appears that strap led a long and interesting life. Alas, it's time to gently remove the buckle and humanely deposit the strap in the trash. After a suitable mourning period, get yourself a new strap. My condolences.
  10. If you're going brown, why not try the Santoni strap? Congrats btw...
  11. About 6 weeks ago I visited a Tourneau store in a very nice mall to peruse the watch selection. A few brands (JLC, IWC, Blancpain)stuck out above the rest, one model being the MK XVII. I immediately loved the convex crystal, and the intense contrast of the white numerals on the black dial. I tried it on and the 41mm case fit my large wrist handsomely. The casework was flawless, especially the finely beveled edges, and, to my surprise, I liked the vertical date alignment. I did try on a Tudor Ranger and Hydronaut but they paled by comparison. The IWC dial just 'glowed' in appearance. So, I took of my Breitling Colt 44 and reached a trade agreement with the salesperson. The MK XVII left on my wrist wear it has remained, running within 2 seconds a day ever since. I love the attention to detail on this watch! Way to go IWC.
  12. Couldn't agree more, nothing is like the gen ss bracelet. Would you please share more info? A web-link would be great. I cannot find where I can purchase the spare bracelet on line. Thank you!
  13. Well... just for the record: When the second hand points up, it's the start of a new minute. When the minute hand points up, it's the start of a new hour. When the hour hand points up, it's the start of a new day. Therefore, midnight should be at the top of the dial.
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