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The 9.96 in high magnification as seen at the watchmakers.

October 14 2006 at 6:39 AM

bernardcheong  (Login bernardcheong)
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The stripes are parallel and straight as compared to circular in the Pro1.

The new, and this is the first watch, with the Fleurier certification also affects the high standards of finish which will soon be seen in the Vaucher and Parmegiani as well...and these basic movement watches are to be retailed at very high prices, about 4x that of this LUC...for example the Hermes watch with a Vaucher movt.

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Great pictures

October 14 2006, 8:22 AM 

Thanks for those wonderful discplay of the movement.....no doubt a great choice.

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Well, comparing with the 1.96......

October 15 2006, 8:18 PM 

Well, I am not sure if it is just the picture quality, to my naked eyes, the level of finishing seems not as well as the 1.96 carrying the geneva seal, at least the micro rotor is not as decorative as the 1.96. On the other hand I am sure this movement is more emphasis on the functional aspects and gone through a lot more accuracy and reliability test than many other watches on the market. This could be what most end users are looking for nowadays. Wonder what is its retail price comparing with the LUC Twist 1.96?

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