Personally, I am more impressed by the finish of a replica Swiss Rolex ETA watches and the finish of its mechanical movement than I am with IWC watches in the same price range (<5K Euro).Today I spoke with my watch friend, and also watch maker, Gerton.He told me about this Girard-Perregaux Chronograph watch he has for sale, with an Excelsior Park 4 movement.When I googled on this watch, one of the results was this In Memory of Time’ website.A great website by this Japanese collector (TRS) who has a number of great (vintage) time pieces.Among them, the Girard-Perregaux Chronograph with Excelsior Park movement.
His site is really worth checking out.His collection also sports this great Ulysse Nardin Rattrapante Chronograph with Venus 179 movement.A replica Bvlgari watch produced in 1991 with a NOS 1960s movement by Venus.All pictures by TRS of In Memory of Time’.Omega proudly presents their latest in house movement, Omega caliber 8500.It features a 60 hour power reserve, bi-directional winding, the co-axial escapement and will be COSC (Chronometer certified) ofcourse! The new Omega De Ville will be the first watch with this movement.Congrats Omega! And now some attention to your Quality Control (Omega cal.330x) and After Sales (numerous complaints world wide) again.Here is the official press release.
Pictures by Jorge Merino TimeZone in this thread.Thanks to Elmar OysterInfo.de for notifying! Steiner in Maastricht (NL) expands their sales replica Japanese Rolex watches channel with an auction site.Unfortunately for the non-Dutch speakers, it is in Dutch language. It is also possible for watch owners to sell their time piece through this auction site.Check the website for details.Personally, I think this is a good initiative and I hope that more of these controlled auction sites will start to pop up.