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An on the wrist review of the Hentschel H1 Chronometer.

In December 2019, I had the opportunity to discover a new brand, Hentschel, during a dinner we organized with the Hentschel Team. We could see some of their watches, the H1 Chronometer, the H2 and the H2 Sport, but better, they let two watches for some 6 months to Mike H and myself, for us to live w
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By: amanico
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Blancpain X Fathoms: The epitome of the Fifty Fathoms.

Which is not Fifty Fathoms anymore, as it is 300 meters water resistant. But we have, with the X Fathoms, the most technical diving watch, for sure. You immediately noticed that we have a mechanical depth gauge, here, and that it is not a first, as mechanical depth gauge in a wrist watch came as soo
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By: amanico
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A lazy Francois-Paul Friday:-)....

It’s a public holiday and I’m feeling very lazy this morning so still hanging out In pjs. My son is playing with LEGO on the floor and I am playing with my watches. What are you up to? A Journe on the wrist? Thank you so much for all your nice comments in the last few days. It’s really heartwarming
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By: ChristianDK
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Hands on review of the Rolex Explorer II 226570

The new versions of the Explorer II were highly anticipated because Rolex had, as usual, prepared the ground well by arousing interest and curiosity through a teasing video unveiled one week before the digital edition of Watches & Wonders 2021. Because even without indicating the name of the model,
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By: foversta
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Patekphilippecollector
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A selection of watches from the Exhibition "Octa 20 years" at Montres Journe

My contact at the manufacture was so kind to send some pictures from the display cases.I was unable to attend the exhibition as our travel restrictions have been strengthened. I know a lot of people who would have liked to attend so here is a sneak peak. Please enjoy. Note: the number 000 indicates
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By: ChristianDK
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ChristianDK
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Francois-Paul Friday is here...

My CB and I are going out to the great outdoors on this beautiful day. What are you up to today? Let’s see some Journes in action. Wishing you all a great weekend! Christian
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By: ChristianDK
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holdemchamp1225
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Some Girard Perregaux novelties.

Here are some of the novelties. One you know, but in a new ( to me ) case and dial combination. 1/ The Vintage 1945 Earth to Sky Edition: The case is in DLC Titanium, 36, 10 x 35, 25 mm big, with a sapphire case back and a polycristalline blue dial. The movement is automatic, the well known Cal GP 3
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By: amanico
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amanico
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Hands on review of the Trilobe "Nuit Fantastique"

Note: the pictured watch is a prototype and the grained finish of the dial will be different from the one shown in the pictures. I remember my first meetings with Gautier Massonneau and Volcy Bloch, respectively founder and general manager of Trilobe. That was only two years ago and yet I feel that
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By: foversta
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winther502
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Hands on review of the Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight 925

The Black Bay Fifty-Eight quickly became one of Tudor's flagship models. Its contained size, the neo-retro vibe, the Submariner Big Crown 7924 inspiration, all contributed to the watch's undeniable charm and immediate success with both watch enthusiasts and a more "mainstream" clientele. Following i
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By: foversta
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MCG (Markus)
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Francois-Paul Friday is upon us...,

The choice this week was an easy one. Let’s see your pick🤗 A very happy weekend to all of you here. I look forward to seeing your watch. Kindest regards Christian
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By: ChristianDK
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