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Horological Meandering: hosting a Purists get together

at the end of cycling 175km on hills and cobbles would certainly be a first. We could discuss the complications of our Garmins and Wahoos cycling computers at length!
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By: VinnieD
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Horological Meandering: This year

Liege-Bastogne-Liege, Primus Classic and the Ronde 2020: we shall see
7d
By: VinnieD
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Horological Meandering: nice bikes

Your Moots sure looks like it is ready for the spring classics in Belgium... but are you?
7d
By: VinnieD
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: This is one hell of a picture - well done!

It could be an ad for this nice reference
9d
By: VinnieD
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Independents: yout pictures are cruel

they only give a blurry hint of this wonderful movement
9d
By: VinnieD
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Horological Meandering: OP 39 is my answer

It certainly is a question that everyone here has asked him/herself at some point. Should I need to run from a burning house with just one watch, my Rolex OP 39 black dial would suffice: sturdy, precise, wearable in nearly all occasions. Not really an exciting answer but this is my situation at this
18d
By: VinnieD
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A. Lange & Söhne: Very curious about this one

Especially about the bracelet...
22d
By: VinnieD
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Both are nice

Do not forget the historical relevance of the Tank... whose design is 13 years older than the Reverso
25d
By: VinnieD
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Patek Philippe: Wonderful picture

But the hands are mirror polished on a black dial, so legibility is excellent under the right light! Love this reference - superb.
27d
By: VinnieD
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Seiko: This is an very appealing edition

I like the dark grey dial and the combination of manual wound movement + power reserve function are a clear gap in my collection. I might need to remedy to that soon... need to start planning a trip to Japan... Seiko is going from strength to strength
1M
By: VinnieD
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