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The famous PO bracelet is a beautiful thing to look at and wears nicely. It does however lack the ability to micro-adjust the size. This means that it could offer the perfect fit, but also possibly be just a bit too large or small as you can only add and remove whole links. There might be a half-link option, but I am not sure. The design of the case and bracelet means that it should be comfortable if it is a bit looser than you might like, but purists like me want a precision fit. Omega sees the Planet Ocean as a Rolex Submariner competitor (and they are similar in price for the high-end POs). The Submariner does have a more sophisticated bracelet - so I would be surprised if Omega wasn't working on a new bracelet clasp for use in the future. The deployment clasp is push-button and operated very smoothly.
3. Wait until the giveaway is over on March 31st, 2011 for the winner to be chosen at random.
Last are some updates for what IWC calls their Classic collection. A new Big Pilot, and Mark XVII, new chronographs, and a new World Timer. First is a new IWC Big Pilot's watch in a 46mm wide case. The image here of it has a black case and it looks like a three-hand version of the older Top Gun watch with a power reserve indicator. It still has that famous 168 hour power reserve. Then there is the most basic piece which is the 41mm wide IWC Mark XVII Pilot watch with the time and date. This will come on straps as well as a bracelet. A nice smaller sized piece option.