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    Default Habring? Getting better?

    What do we think? I like his stuff its so clean... black and yellow? Maybe?





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    I've never seen one in the metal. From what I have seen in the marketing material/ watch buyer's guides I do think they look pretty good. Fairly reasonable too, as I recall.

    I keep coming across references to his ( and IWC's in general, I bet ) ideas being incorporated into the ETA 2892-A2. I'd like to know how solid that info is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattjmcd
    I've never seen one in the metal. From what I have seen in the marketing material/ watch buyer's guides I do think they look pretty good. Fairly reasonable too, as I recall.

    I keep coming across references to his ( and IWC's in general, I bet ) ideas being incorporated into the ETA 2892-A2. I'd like to know how solid that info is.
    The little I know is here:
    http://forum.atgvintagewatches.com/s...06&postcount=6

    -flugzeit

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