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Audemars Piguet: Horological comfort food

The price may be a bit optimistic given the market conditions, but for a lot of us, the first desirable dress AP in a long time. If not a sales darling, the press will be dying to get their hands on this to review. I would wear this with joy, as the 1940s were a golden age for chronographs. Obviousl
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Food & Wine: Looks great!

This is the time to open your best whisky. I love the 105 cask strength and I bought a bottle of the 40 year old on a whim a few years back too - usually far outside my budget, but it was very cheap for the age/quality. Have not opened it up, but, if/when I am ordered to stay home in lockdown, I wil
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Audemars Piguet: Significant improvement

Serious improvement, dare I say I’m looking forward to seeing the best version of this line. It still feels like a demonstration of technical ability first and a nice watch second. Put some of those tricks back in the bag and tell a story that is a bit more romantic than “Good luck trying to create
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Ulysse Nardin: Superlative finishing on the dial!

Thank you for sharing. We don’t see too many erotica watches on the forum, or at local meetups. Ulysse Nardin and Svend Andersen are the two brands I know of that offer modern erotica automatons, as I missing any others?
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Glashütte Original: One of my favourite Glashüttes of the past five years

For me, the size is too big, but it is too big for the right reason: complexity of the mechanism. I absolutely love this watch, it almost seems as though it was designed for the fantasy ideal of the multinational German senior executive, if this individual was cast as a globe-trotting super hero in
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Glashütte Original: Absolutely wonderful photography

You’ve outdone yourself with this particular shoot. Your photos bring to light (and flatter) many of the SeaQ’s finer details, for example the domed shape of the crystal and the finely executed bracelet. Your eye for detail really matches Glashütte Original’s design ethos. A perfect match, even.
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Automotive: Congratulations!

I’ve waffled between loving and hating the G, but I have no doubt I’d enjoy driving it. The pickup must feel fantastic.
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Automotive: The author of this article is making a wish I guess

Saw the headline, I don’t usually comment on automotive. The author could be right, but I think the possibility of the petrol G exiting in five years is remote. The legislators collect plenty of tax on these and they’ll sooner collect more taxes than outright ban them. What about in countries where
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Automotive: Facebook trick

Add before the url and it will treat it as a Facebook redirect. Trick still works with the newest WSJ paywall. Bit of a hassle to copy/paste in mobile, but it can be done.
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Glashütte Original: Video is very cool!

Lovely review and photos too. The Senator Tourbillon Chronometer is my preferred tourbillon from Glashutte Original though. I feel that little extra technical innovation makes a huge difference to a jaded enthusiast like me because I can’t forget the glut of tourbillons released to the market ten ye
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