amazing, for particular brands a fairly done redial and a well polished case is enough for common applause. Is there a movement inside? IWC 89?, ETA quartz? Poljot?
Don't get me wrong: I don't say anything against this beauty because I know near nothing, but I also have no reason for congratulations, again because I know near nothing.
Regards, Roland Ranfft
Congrats on your watch.How do you know it's a redial, just curious?
Here's a pic of the movement.
I wasn't asking for congratulations. But I was hoping people liked it. I bought it on a whim. I know nothing of IWC except that they are a highly rated brand. For the money I spent on this I could have purchased an 18k vintage Rolex dress watch. I like vintage dress watches. I like Vacheron Constantin vintage watches I've seen but they are twice the price. And then Patek Phillipe but you know how they are priced.
The IWC here looks bigger on my wrist than I thought it would at 36mm it's big for a watch from the 1950's. I'll post a wrist shot sometime tomorrow I just got off work at midnight.
Plus I do work hard for a living. I have been a Correctional officer for 19 years and a United States Marine for 5 years before that. My co workers think I'm nuts for buying watches. I wear my solid gold Rima in a prison where it could be destroyed breaking up a fight. So ya maybe I did want a little congratulation here. Or maybe my coworkers are right and I'm nuts for buying watches.
Redials divides mankind. Some don't accept any, others accept even the worst botch. But between black and whithe there is a wide scale of grey. My thinking is pretty straight forward: Dials don't fall from heaven - they are made. So why can't a redialler make the same?its a redial without doubt.