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Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Off Shore Grand Prix Platinum / Forged Carbon. Contre nature?

A 256 grams beast. Isn't there a bot of a contradiction to use light material such as carbon with a heavy platinum case? Wouldn't it be better to use titanium, for example? Best, Nicolas
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By: amanico
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amanico
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10 Years of Bulgari Octo - The Factory Tour Part I

I want to write about music. Actually I really want to write about the best watch someone can buy in the 10,000 Euro range, but let’s talk about music first. Music produced by bands today are often “manufactured” meaning a record label identifies a segmen
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By: patrick_y
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Moka-Tiger (Ron)
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I had the „LagerfeldRoyalOak“ created as a …

…. one-off on canvas. And I am very happy with this result: it’s the PVD-black Audemars Piguet Royal Oak ref. 5402 A-1254 that was sold earlier in the year by Phillips as Lot #88 It’s on a „rusty“ background and - on the corner down-right - has the „Karl“
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By: HSTE
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Chronometer (aka yacomino)
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The many faces of the Offshore

I like the RBII in titanium because it looks like a starwars racing ship (like those Anakin Skywalker used to race). And the rubberclad too. Those are unconventional in the use of rubber in the bezel. Those were the days, when I could really see people we
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By: Cookies
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amanico
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The many faces of the Offshore

Just 1 favorite? GULP. I can't do it!! (ironically, while most parents say they could never choose a favorite child, I think I could do that very easily!! LOL...) The tantalum bezeled watch from Monochrome is an old SIncere edition. There were 2 dials off
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By: Cookies
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amanico
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The many faces of the Offshore

As next year is a key anniversary year for the Offshore, your post will definitely spark the imagination for potential future releases and reissues?!? I must say - my first AP was a Beast, and at that time I had a choice of getting a Daytona or a Beast ov
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By: Cookies
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amanico
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Back to AP...

Well, what can I say - this watch nerd malarky is fun and never ending isn't it? Well, I think I have reached the end! Had too many watches to mention, but a few years ago, to rid me of this 'disease', I sold most of my watches off and kept just one (that
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By: burnsey66
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MichaelC
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Review of the Re-launched Pasha de Cartier Grille 41mm in Yellow Gold

It was a long time wish coming true to acquire my first Cartier timepiece. There are so many excellent choices and I'm so happy to bring home this very special timepiece. Thanks Geo for his encouragement to share my review here. A Brief History of Cartier
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By: Sfwatchlover
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Sfwatchlover
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Is this the end or just the beginning?

Wow. After 20 years of collecting AP, beginning with the Beast, and a multitude of incredible timepieces, boutiques, Houses, representatives, and collectors, I am absolutely thrilled and humbled at the opportunity to get this incredible piece - the Openwo
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By: pfang56
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pfang56
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New Arrival - PP Ref 4947

I thought I would share my new arrival. While I am still in the honeymoon phase, I just am in love with this one. Perfect size (for me) 38mm, it is a reference that is not seen often and I suspect does not get the attention it deserves or would receive ha
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By: Billfav
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Sfwatchlover
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