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Laurent Ferrier Galet Square....

I've seen different blue dials on Laurent Ferrier but today I came across something different ! quite youthful and peppy if I can say so....Turquoise blue on Galet Square. what are your thoughts ? P.S - sorry for not so good pics, neither the iP nor the l
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By: mahesh
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Chronometer (aka yacomino)
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Laurent Ferrier Classic Origin

Does anyone have the 10th anniversary Laurent Ferrier Classic Origin in Green or Opaline? Please share your reviews. Are you happy with your choice, and can you share any wrist shots? Thanks
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By: camhawk
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amanico
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Help me out a bit here please.

A Laurent Ferrier may seem expensive when compared to a Patek or a Vacheron. But then look at the hair spring, look at the finishing, look at the fact that LF doesn't have the high volume production and the scale that PP and VC have that can lower costs t
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By: Thomas_3
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patrick_y
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Help me out a bit here please.

Some of the main things to consider there are the ratio of production output to employees of the brand, cost of materials/facilities/equipment, level of finishing, and complication. Greubel Forsey for example produces about 100 watches per year with 100 e
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By: Thomas_3
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patrick_y
1235

Laurent Ferrier now being sold on Mr. Porter

Does anyone have a clue why this collaboration took place? Personally I am disappointed and I want to hear everyone’s view on this. I take this watch collecting hobby quite seriously and LF has made wonderful watches since it’s inception. I think to list
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By: Mr.Gatsby
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Mr.Gatsby
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Laurent Ferrier Classic Origin Opaline 2020.

Finally I could see it! Here is one picture, A review will soon come... Best, Nicolas
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By: amanico
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amanico
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[Laurent Ferrier] "Salmon" Autumn Galet Micro-Rotor

Hi friends. As you may have seen with my more recent posts, I've been trying to move away from the more common sports watches and into some less ubiquitous independents and small brands. F.P. Journe was my start but with prices there skyrocketing, I start
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By: watchguy1234
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agyzace
723

And why not hope for the come-back of the Cabaret ?

In fact, aside from Girard Perregaux (Vintage 45), gigantic, gaudy things from Mille and Hublot, and Lange's Richemont stablemates Cartier, Panerai, and JLC, it's hard to think of any brand that's seriously investing in shaped watches right now. Indeed, t
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By: foversta
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indigo.8
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For the pleasure of the eyes: Laurent Ferrier Steel Ice Blue.

A promise of summer, this watch: The back side is another source of happiness. Still waiting to see the Classique Opaline, though... To make my mind. Best, Nicolas
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By: amanico
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amanico
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LF Roll Call

I enjoy one at the moment....the LF Galet Classique... in steel it is practical daily wearer yet understated ! the movement is well done, very refined & fills the case - i would very well say, the best micro-rotor movement in the market today ! Almost ove
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By: mrds
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Geo
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