Last week, my mailbox started to get filled with MKIIWatches' updates and notifications: the watch was on its way to The Netherlands. That it took up until this afternoon, has to do with the loads and loads of parcels that need to be checked by Dutch Customs. I got lucky: I only had to pay VAT, no import duty; my watch stayed under the radar!
What can I say? Simply that it is another wonderful MKII and that it fits my wrist perfectly - but that has to do with the wrist-shape of course. The case, the dial, hands and all - it's perfectly balanced. And I've read a comment on the bracelet. Well, I think that this one is even more precisely engineered than the bracelets on previous watches.
The level of engineering and build quality is up again. It took a long time to get to this point, but it was worth the wait.
I've taken a few pics, but since I don't want to give in to those daylight-robbers at Photobucket, I have to come up with a cunning plan to get those pics here. Perhaps Postimage will do the trick. What's more: it was evening when I unpacked the parcel, so the pics aren't doing the watch any justice.
Tomorrow, I will take a few new shots, perhaps with the Tornek Rayville in the background. Just to compose a 'unique for this world combination' pic
* It's been a while since I posted here. I had major problems logging in. Special thanks to the WuS mod Brad B. who did everything to get me 'inside' again just to let you know my latest on the MKII story!