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A. Lange & Söhne: Not exactly a railroad watch but...

... still, it seemed fitting. I was struck by how the rhodium dial looked white in certain lighting.
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F.P. Journe: Lug length is always a major consideration in addition to case diameter...

A 44mm FPJ Linesport has no lugs, so it may wear similar to a 40mm watch with lugs. My 6"/154mm wrist is a bit smaller than yours, so on traditional watches with lugs, I always go with a smaller (38-40mm) case diameter if I have the option. That's why I'd get the 40mm Optimum. But as others have sai
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A. Lange & Söhne: Agreed with all that you wrote about the ZW Date...

The hour pusher is a welcome addition, it felt great on the wrist when I tried it, and it didn't wear too big on my small wrist. Lange did well with that watch.
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A. Lange & Söhne: This watch and the original Datograph...

... are two Lange models that I didn't like very much, for many, many years. They just never spoke to me, though everyone else on the various Lange forums seemed to love them both. And then, for no reason in particular, I started warming up to them, and now I think they're two of the nicest old Lang
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F.P. Journe: Sure! I don't do IG but I've heard. I was in actually in NYC looking at various blue skins...

... at Jean Rousseau last month. Didn't pull the trigger (yet) though. Took this pic of all their blue skins:
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