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Omega: You're better than I am! I always need to consult the manual...

... because I wear this amazing watch so rarely. Years ago, before I carried a cell phone, I used the X-33 as my travel watch because of its very loud alarm. But now I use my phone for that. I got my Gen1 20 years ago, in 2000. After the Gen2 was introduced (and back when Omega parts were more easil
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F.P. Journe: Shortly before COVID, I looked through all the blue skins at Jean Rousseau in NYC...

They had many different blue skins in the drawer. Some were really nice! I love that drawer!
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Chopard: I find that I keep revisiting your post...

... just to admire your photo. I actually have this watch, but when it's not on my wrist, I can come here just to remind myself of how nice it is. That's how much I love the 16/1860/2 -- to me it is perfection!
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Independents: I hope they live long and prosper. That cloisonne dial is beautiful, and the Cricket alarm was iconic in its niche.

This prompted me to read a bit about the history of the Cricket. Interesting!
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A. Lange & Söhne: Congrats, Gatsby!

First and foremost, I hope you continue to enjoy the fabulous timepiece for many years to come. Almost all of your preferences resonate with me. I too prefer the older movement with the two sub-bridges. I would much rather look at that movement than the newer Lange movement. I also enjoy watching th
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A. Lange & Söhne: For reference, here's what I did with a white metal ZW...

I'm sharing this because it turned out to be one of my favorite strap/watch combinations. I took a chance on this strap because I had never seen this finish (which I think is typically used on women's straps) in person and I usually don't like such thick padding. It's a Camille Fournet strap, "black
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