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Patek Philippe: You know that's a good point. If I have one improvement I'd like to see with Lange

it's to see them make their own cases with some slightly more refined options. I like their masculine cases, but with some refinements they can be more ergonomic, and in some cases when the watch calls for it more elegant as well.
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By: emcquillan
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Patek Philippe: Here there is no contest. Dato Perpetual.

IMO Dial win Chrono win Perpetual over annual win Movement win in a first round knockout 5270 is a beauty.
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By: emcquillan
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A. Lange & Söhne: I agree, which is why I let my wg time only version go, but this HG is very special

Same could be said about the less eaten 3 and 9 on the 1815 chronographs, but the pulsograph seems to ease the imperfection. Like the big date on the original datograph and the eaten Roman numerals. Sometimes imperfections are deal breakers and sometimes they can add some charm. All very subjective
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By: emcquillan
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Great wrist shot. One I still have yet to see in the metal.

In images and on specs, I love this modern piece from JLC.
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By: emcquillan
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Independents: Here the fresher. Then when enough time passes I'd go back for an enamel white dial classic for the perfect duo.. and to be super greedy :)

I love the case, dial and movement aesthetics of Laurent Ferrier. I am a big fan from afar.
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By: emcquillan
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Patek Philippe: Very nice. Love 1 and 2.

Just my 2 cents but I’d be tempted to trade the annual calendar plus one of the date calatravas for a 3940 perpetual or for my very subjective taste the two date calatravas and the annual for a 5070. That trio would be tops. Classic manual calatrava, 5110 world time and a manual chronograph. More di
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By: emcquillan
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