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Montblanc 1858 Tachymeter: Cool attitude.

From the Habring website…. Interesting, no? What's the story behind the A11? Starting 2007, all Habring² models have been based on the wheelwork of the ETA/Valjoux 7750/7760 (auto/manual wind). Due to the widely-publicised withdrawal by ETA in 2011 – and
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By: amanico
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halgedahl
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A great visit at Laurent Ferrier

Vacation finally allow me the time to post these few pics taken at the occasion of a visit at Laurent Ferrier ateliers in Geneva in May this year, sorry for the delay 😉. Laurent and Christian once again welcomed me at their ateliers and we had a great tim
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By: Mike H
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Mike H
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WristScan weekend 5-7 July, 2019, Let's Watch Your Stories

As communicated yesterday, I am your host for this weekend WristScan session. As a theme I have decided to give all our friends here the opportunity not only to show great photos of great pieces they have in their collections, but also to personalize a li
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By: Izhik
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Jari from Finland
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MONTBLANC 119914 MINERVA CAL 13.21

I DO NOT WANT ANY PHOTO'S I MAY TAKE OF THE MOVEMENT OF THE WATCH TAKEN BY GOOGLE ETC AND PLASTERED ALLOVER THE INTERNET SO NONE WILL BE TAKEN-HOWEVER THERE ARE LOADS ALREADY AVAILABLE IF YOU SEARCH-MONTBLANC REF 119914-SORRY ABOUT THAT AS FOR THE DIAL TH
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By: golden hands
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amanico
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Blancpain: Air Command- its just blown my mind

Really love this watch. Now that we see the online reception, it looks like this could have been a regular production piece. Like the Fifty Fathoms, it could have been a cornerstone in the Blancpain collection for more than a decade without significant re
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By: Miranda
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MichaelC
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A Weekend Challenge (for students of historic calibers, and for those few who really note what they see…)

in yellow (? it doesn't look like rose to me) gold. But the "6200 WG Meisterbund I" is the 6110 in white gold, palladium-alloyed, and currently part of their catalogue. Again, in a limited ed. Always good to hear from you! But surely with your knowledge o
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By: halgedahl
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nwk00
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Quatum Leap (II) - The Vacheron & Constantin ref 4240 / 4241 Calendar Watches

Article from "The Hour Louge" - The Vacheron Constantin Discussion Forum "... The calendar is like the air we breathe, it surrounds us, it rhythms our lives, but we don’t really pay any attention to it. ... Quantum Leap: History of Vacheron Constantin Cal
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By: timeset
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student
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WS for the 3rd of May is live - free theme

and this would be assembly within the natural surrounding... just three pieces here from different edges of the scale... first, a heritage monopusher chrono Longines... then something in probably the rarest and probably most precious element (as prices su
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By: KMII
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Subexplorer
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Long read – an analysis of my collection, and some thoughts on brands

Friends, First a warning: this is a long read and I will not feel bad if you skip it altogether! Hopefully, some may find it interesting. I got the idea from one of you, who recently, in a post about my new RO asked if I could expand on my collection. I s
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By: David_S
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=RWK=
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the history @ Watchmakers' watchmaker - Manufacture Jaeger LeCoultre - PART 1

i own one harmless & humble Reverso and honestly I've not given time enough to understand what JLC is, beyond the 'Reverso'... that ignorance was put to an end yesterday - Big thanks to the Mr Aurelien Robert from Geneva boutique ! Also thanks to the imme
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By: maverickmahesh
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maverickmahesh
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