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Who has one or more of the old WPS / Purists Special watches? May I ask for a show of wrists?

What you are posting, as it is the way you write your posts, that I love! This Paul Gerber is my absolute favorite of the three. It’s really spectacular and the pattern on the dial is stunning. It seems to stand the test of time. I never got one, as i did
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By: cazalea
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amanico
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Who has one or more of the old WPS / Purists Special watches? May I ask for a show of wrists?

This site never got the bug to become a Hodinkee, but over the last 10-15 years some special editions were released for WPS visitors. I have only 3 but there were at least 8-10 in total. Here are mine. Moving from right to left, I'll describe them 2011 P1
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By: cazalea
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amanico
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Paul Gerber

Here's a picture of MY Gerber Retro Twin and Paul's special Purist's P10 edition watch, on salmon skin strap on a real salmon Special Dial for us (ultra-thin watch? no) and in a normal setting, more Gerber watches Mike Retro-fitted plutonium weights
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By: watch-er
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cazalea
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Paul Gerber

Anyone know how to buy these in the US? Thanks Bob
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By: watch-er
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cazalea
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Kari or Akrivia?

1) Vianney Halter: The Classic is too amazing but so is anything ever made by him 2) C.Klings: His Watches and his movements take my breath away 3) JB Viot: Hand Made Art Nouveau Specialness 4) Ludovic Ballouard: Under Rated Brilliance 5) Christiaan Van D
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By: Watch_time_it_is
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mpakalnis
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Ruby Tuesday.

in his workshop 2014. Last year it got an upgrade with a new balance clock and new hands (and some other minor tweaks).
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By: xyz123abc
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Cpt Scarlet
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Just some of the highlights of 2019 (both incoming and outgoing pieces).

What a crazy fun year 2019 has been on the horology front! Have been fortunate to handle and own pieces from some of the most incredibly talented independent watchmakers! I am very humbled by their talent and dedication. I really feel like my collecting h
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Mike H
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Montblanc 1858 Tachymeter: Cool attitude.

The chronograph (stopwatch - early 1800s) was a real breakthrough on its own. Later, early 20th C., the tachometer scale was added, as timing of faster objects was sought. And mid-century, the rotating bezel. But when did the idea of a telemeter scale ari
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By: amanico
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halgedahl
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Poll: Futuristic or Vintage vehicle - which is your preference?

In between MIH and O&J: Triple rotors Mike
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By: cazalea
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Jurry
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I am not a Number, I am a Free Man

THE PRISONER You probably know the TV series -- and of course, the Star Actor: Bear with me now as we embark on some time travel back into the past... Once upon a time, when the world was young, and so was I, a car came into my life... This really happene
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amanico
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