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Patek Philippe: Thank you. Only time will tell if I made the right decision.

I don’t mean resale value of these watches, but what I feel about these watches. So far, I still love them a great deal.
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By: fuigo
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Patek Philippe: I owned a Aquanaut a long time ago...

I parted with it after it stopped running for me twice. I sent the watch back to the spa... After the second time, I sold it. It was a nice watch, but it didn’t scream quality like the 5960 IMHO. Do I miss it? A bit, because I’d love to have a water resistant PP in my collection. It’s not that easy
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By: fuigo
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Patek Philippe: Oooo. I meant the PP section of my humble, tiny collection.

Hee hee. I’ve always thought about becoming an one-watch man... Or perhaps two-watch. Maybe one day I will. When I can resist all the temptations of the world.
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By: fuigo
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Patek Philippe: 5960P is a great piece indeed.

Unfortunately, I no longer possess any PP with the Geneva seal. Perhaps one day...
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By: fuigo
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Patek Philippe: Painful it may be...

But it’s all part of the fun. Hahahaha!
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By: fuigo
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Patek Philippe: Wow wow wow!

YOU DA MAN! Do you get it checked regularly?
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By: fuigo
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Patek Philippe: Thanks for the analysis.

I always thought the Sky Dweller would be a perfect one watch collection, though the size may be limiting. It’s the most complicated Rolex with very useful set of functions. It’s also robust and versatile enough for most conditions and scenarios. I too also prefer the Batman, because it’s not as bri
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By: fuigo
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Patek Philippe: Haven’t looked back since. You’re absolutely right!

I just wished the 5960 is a bit more water resistant, so I could do without another watch for the pool.
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By: fuigo
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