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Omega Speedmaster Professional

I pulled this one out of the safe deposit box at the bank over the weekend with the intent to size the bracelet. It’s been so long since I wore this watch in the rotation that I forgot that the bracelet was already sized to my wrist perfectly. So it was a bonus that I could enjoy the watch right out
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By: reintitan
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The other A481 Minerva Pythagore - the A6 Aviation

While I have managed to acquire my Minerva Pythagore on the day of becoming Montblanc moderator here, it’s somewhat sportier rendition - the A481-A6 Aviation - has eluded me so far. While most of the characteristics are shared between the two (here: for a review), the Aviation has an aviator style
55m
By: KMII
5
amanico
57

The final version of the Freak Vision is gorgeous...

With the hallowed hands... What a watch! Fx
1h
By: foversta
3
amanico
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Patek Philippe Steel Calatrava buyer guide

If there is a watch I get PM about more than any other its the steel Calatrava, so I prepare this article to help. Patek and steel, never a good mix for your wallet, especially when it comes to vintage. Of the steel vintage Calatrava, the most desirable are the 34mm-35mm. anything bigger and you may
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By: Miranda
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Miranda
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Rolex Submariner 5510 pictures.

This is not everyday you fall on a 5510 for a photo session. Even though a 6538 cannot be found under a horse's hoof, the 5510 is much rarer, as it was made, as far as I know, in 1958 and, maybe, in the early 1959, in parallel with the 6538, whose production started earlier. Is there a reason to the
3h
By: amanico
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amanico
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Do I need a new Jumbo? What does a Purist do?

Hmmm just got the call. A new Jumbo is in for me. Buy and flip? Or do the right thing and pass onto the next enthusiast in the queue because I’m not convinced I want this one. Or will it be a flipper anyway? Hmmmm. Velociphile
4h
By: Velociphile
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Velociphile
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Last day before going back to work after being a one watch man for a couple of weeks

I've enjoyed this beauty to the point that I'm not sure if I will give it a rest when I get back home
4h
By: 1WatchMan
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Geo
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The Panerai Clint Eastwood “ the watch with no name”

A very interesting watch, with an interesting if controversial history Not for me but pure vintage DNA I am grateful to have had the opportunity to try it
5h
By: Miranda
8
sergio
236

panerai 911: feeling green

Its been a long time since a Panerai seduced me so much
5h
By: Miranda
2
Miranda
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Collecting in a sensible budget 3x 39mm, less than the cost of a Datejust

What would you choose?
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By: Miranda
7
MTR
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