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Post by sdomburg »

Hello,

I just wanted to inform you all about that Christopher does not require a credit card; you can email him for bank details :)

I can't wait for my Malvern Chronograph to arrive (I like it better than the automatic everyone seems to prefer here). Does any of the dutchies here know how long it takes to arrive in Holland and does any of you have experience with import duties in Holland and how this is handeled?

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Post by manis »

Hi Stephan,

Mine took 4 days to ship after payment. As far as I know there are no importduties on watches within the EEG. If there are any, I still owe them...

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Post by Hans »

No duties indeed...

And as soon as your chrono arrives, we want pictures!!!!!
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Post by sdomburg »

Ok, thanks for the responses. I'll take some pictures :)
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Post by Warhol »

Welcome!
I think we all prefer automatic over quartz because an automatic movement has what a quartz movement hasn't: It has a heart, you have to put more effort in an automatic watch. We as watchlovers like the mechanics of an automatic watch.
Which reminds me of something Walter Lange(A. Lange & Sohne) said: A mechanical watch lives, a quartz watch is artificial.
But it's good to have another model of CW on this forum!
Enjoy :wink: