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A Red Sub for Monday Blues...

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By: Syl2
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Passionata_george
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All in a day.

Busy central district Tram stop An small oasis in the city. The most expensive building transacted in the world. A street stall Fresh seafood Big queue for certain a tea drink Interesting sign A popular noodle shop. Narrow lanes that sell everything Finally, time for some refreshment. and a bit of e
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By: fernando
2
Adamska
99

When less is more... Part I

Some time ago I have decided that I should reduce the size of my collection. Not because I would have lost the passion of watches on the contrary but for limiting myself to the best I could find for each reference… Those who have seen this Sub 5513 usually never forgot it… Its gilt patina is simply
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By: Mike H
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Walter2
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It is said that the Devil is the details...

... and I feel this old humble watch I found several years ago is a good example of that saying. The 35,5 mm gold case may be a little small for today standards I know, but it is a delight to wear it anyway. It’s condition tells it has been worn very little by its previous owner as the original poli
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By: Subexplorer
2
Walter2
120

Patek 2499 - Good time to be an owner

The time is right to be a Patek Philippe owner. Those fortunate enough to have inherited a watch or clock crafted by the legendary Geneva maker (estimated: 1851) are enjoying soaring values for these coveted more technologically complicated, the more the timepieces may cost. On Oct. 12, Christie’s
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By: Bill
2
keks
234

Vintage Funny Car liveries

(photo credits: Petrolicious)
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By: Arie - Mr Orange
2
NautNut
86

Panerai PAM 685 and 687.

A nice side by side picture I found on the net ( Credit: Watchinsanity ). I could see both of them at the SIHH 2017, and have to say that if I wanted to have a 4 or 5 Panerai watches collection, the 687 ( brown dial ) would be part of them. For the moment, my trio is 662, 587 and 372, not necessaril
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By: amanico
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hs111
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A very interesting comparison picture about the Rolex GMT-MASTER 6542 and 116719.

The first GMT-MASTER, from the mid Fifties, and the current one. Credit picture: Bexsonn. So close, so different. The size, the proportions of the case, the bezel, the dials the bracelets, the crown guards, these are essential differences, but still, there is an unmistakable air de famille, a relati
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By: amanico
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Watcholic_id
409

Interested and fascinated...

Dear watch friends! I’m interested in and intrigued by the Piaget Emperador Coussin Perpetual Calendar. And I am beginning seriously to consider to hunt and catch it. I like the combination of perpetual calendar and dual time feature. And the very special shape and whole appearance. What’s your opin
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By: MTR
0
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