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Independents: That is simply stunning.

More than worth the wait. Very much looking forward to seeing more. I particularly like the tear-drop lugs, and I’ve no doubt the front will be equally special. Congratulations pplater, that a marvellous addition to an already pretty special collection. cheers grumio
6Y
By: grumio
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Always been a fan of JLC...

and it was a great chance to see such a wide selection of the range in the metal, from the very simple to the multi-complications. Great photos Andrew, just a few more of my own to add from the evening. A trio of ultra-thins. The new ultra-thin from another angle. In comparison, the older 34mm ultra
6Y
By: grumio
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Horological Meandering: A pretty memorable lunch…

with some great company, and some pretty special watches. Great photos Andrew, and thanks for setting it all up. If I heard correctly, the Kari was recently field tested out in the forests of Tasmania ? A first time for everything I suppose. Perhaps checking its possibilities as a 'tool-watch'... Ce
7Y
By: grumio
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Horological Meandering: See, most other watchband GTGs...

people would be pretty enthusiastic about the vintage Daytona, or the Tudor, or that nice early Patek auto. But last night there was a sudden silence around the table when the Sky Dweller appeared from insides its green pouch. It is one very serious chunk of solid yellow gold. Not quite my cup of te
7Y
By: grumio
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TimeOut: Great shots there Dreamer....

and nice to see you also managed to fit in some watch content as well ;) Looks like you picked a great time to visit. grumio
7Y
By: grumio
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Horological Meandering: Looks like you brought most of the collection there Andrew...

A great table full of watches. Wonder if you were getting any funny looks from the patrons ;) grumio
7Y
By: grumio
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Horological Meandering: Now me, I only spotted the different Speedy dials.

The Journe date thing passed me right by. But then I am more known as an Omega person I suppose... Very impressed with your effort - you 'fit right in', and would always be welcome if you ever did in fact make it to Melbourne. grumio
7Y
By: grumio
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Horological Meandering: A good monthly therapy session.

And always enjoy a chance to see a Vianney Halter in the metal. grumio
7Y
By: grumio
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Horological Meandering: Different Omega versions of this Lemania base chronograph

I had some Omega information which I thought might be of interest for this thread. Omega released a number of variants of this movements as Cal 33.3 Chro over time, moving from a the original mono-pusher version, progressively adding a dual-pusher reset design, friction set jewels, a temperature com
7Y
By: grumio
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Horological Meandering: A little aged and withered perhaps...

But still has potential. Look forward to seeing how it ends up after restoration. grumio
7Y
By: grumio
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