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Rolex balance bridge

There is no regulator. It is free-sprung inertia balance. The screw might well be connected to the spring arm for beat error adjustment, but its distance from the arm seems quite long.
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By: chippyfly
4
John-E-Mac
453

Hello AP forum members, Thanks to the AP team, especially Vincent, recently I was fortunate to get bestowed a

50th anniversary RO with a powerful black dial, and getting it j ust in time to wear it to the 50th exhibition at the West Kowloon Art Pavillion ! Naturally I was over the moon in wearing this piece to the exhibition. Prior to attending the event, we visi
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By: GLau
17
GLau
449

Amvox Polaris enjoying a little ocean breeze.

That’s a great watch with a much stronger character than its brother with steel case. My favorite among the AM connected models ! Mine says hello! Thank you so much for sharing these beautiful shots!! Abel
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By: Bill
17
onnomon
540

My Vianney Halter collection grew!!!

Meeting Vianney was the highlight of my vacation, my wife and his girlfriend hit it right off also so we had a wonderful dinner and started a developing relationship. The AS resonance is unique as the balance wheels are connected unlike the FP Journe that
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By: GreatPilot@me.com
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GreatPilot@me.com
1939

How Police Are Using Technology To Catch Rolex Robbers

"Rolex Robbers" is the new term I'm using to denote watch thieves. And while Rolex watches aren't the exclusive watches being stolen, it is probably one of the more popular ones being stolen. Foster City, a city in California's San Francisco Bay Area and
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By: patrick_y
34
Ping.Timeout
2007

6D in Cote D'Azur (Monaco, Nice and Cannes) and 4D in Tuscany/Florence in September.

If weather permitting. Unfortunately bracelets connected to high end watches should maybe leave at home? At least September is less traveled than the Summer. I agree chopped is less known but it could get mistaken for something else; which is just as bad
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By: Clueless_Collector
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Clueless_Collector
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Watches as Toys - can you remember any?

Let’s face it. Many men/women never grow up. Under the guise of adulthood, is the disguise of childhood. Some men wear colourful socks, under their drab coloured attires to work. Others, keep secret collections of collectible toys, be it action-heroes, mo
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By: Cookies
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Cookies
1582

The perfect (summer) watch…

I still remember your comment when you wrote that especially this matte rose gold reminds you of bronze which is connected with the sea and diving. Cheers Thomas
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By: MTR
18
MTR
650

The watch you have owned the longest and still wear

This watch used to belong to my grandfather and was gifted to me in 1994. I was 20 years old at the time and wore it sparingly for a couple of years. My daily was a Tag Heuer diver st that time. Much more appropriate for a young man. . Then, about 12 year
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By: Ronald Held
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Ronald Held
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Glashutte: Worth Visiting?

I come to WPS today asking for some advice. I will shortly be embarking on my first ever trip to Germany. The primary reason for my visit is a big guitar competition/festival, which will occupy the first week of my stay. However, I will then have about a
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By: mhz vph
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mhz vph
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