1. Hi. We moved systems, and because it was impossible to achieve feature parity between the systems, we opted to archive the old B&S threads but allow users to read them so that they can put them into our new B&S system.

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FSOT: IWC Mark XV / Mark 15 on SS Bracelet TZ 97%

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by jmp909, Aug 5, 2012.

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    Collectible grade (not a beater) nearly perfect IWC Mark XV classic black dial on SS bracelet with hang tags and tools in original packaging

    Price $3600 CONUS
    Brand IWC
    Series Mark XV / Mark 15 on SS Bracelet
    Model No. 3253
    Overall condition TZ 97%
    Case diameter 38mm
    Case Material Brushed stainless steel
    Case condition Perfect except for one barely perceptible tool mark from during service too slight to photograph, protective plastic sticker still on the back of the case
    Crystal type Sapphire
    Crystal condition Flawless
    Dial Color Silver
    Dial/hands condition Flawless
    Bracelet/Strap IWC SS Bracelet with original watch hang tag AND bracelet adjustment tools in packaging
    Clasp Type Bracelet folding clasp with microadjustments
    Inner box Yes, clean
    Outer box Yes, clean
    Hantag Yes, clean
    Model-specific manual Yes, clean
    IWC guarantee manual Yes, clean
    IWC guarantee card Yes
    "I have multiple references available from 5 countries on 4 continents (North America, Europe, Asia, Australia) and am listed on the ""Good Guys"" board at Watchnet, on ""Whos Who"" at TRF, and in the sellers section at WUS. I can provide other references but not immediately as I check with them before putting potential buyers into contact with former buyers/sellers. You can find me on all watch forums I use under the same login. Please let me know if you would like to discuss this watch or others I have listed. I am a private collector with a frequently revolving collection so I am interested in all sorts of trades. Thanks for looking! "
    Last Serviced (with documentation) March 2012
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/72157629337403502/



    Timing measurements taken on an MTX-1000 Timegrapher, this is a “prosumer” model but the rates it quotes give you a good idea of how the watch is running from an objective standpoint in terms of how the watch is running
    Keep in mind COSC specs which are often referenced allow for a range of -4 to +6 seconds per day
    If you see any way I could improve the way I am using these timing quotes/photos to add color to my listings please let me know

    Adjustments 5
    Wind Full
    Frequency (bph) 28800
    Lift angle 52
    Measuring interval (seconds) 20

    Position Rate (s/d) Beat error (ms) Amplitude (degrees)
    Crown right (dial) +1, +3, +2, +4 0 286, 285,292, 293
    Crown left (dial) 0, -3, -2, 0 0.3 279, 284, 289, 285
    Crown up +2, 0, +1 0.3 290, 288, 286, 278
    Crown down +3, +4, +2 0.1 291, 288, 285, 287
    Dial up +3, +4 0.1 308, 313, 312
    Dial down +5, +6 0.1 313, 311, 302
     


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