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Horological Meandering: Nice one

I find those 'ecole' watches tend to have a few weaknesses (very simple dial, cases sometimes a little rough) but the movement of this one is amazing! It would deserve a display case back
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By: VinnieD
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: it adds to the fun!

Many will take a second look and think the watch is broken!
7d
By: VinnieD
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: The right choice

I prefer this one to the Euro spec: more character with the script on the dial, the silver outer ring... a unique specimen!
7d
By: VinnieD
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Rolex: Certainly interesting

This dial is probably asking for some other "friends" in the collection but it is a good choice: not often seen. I previously owned the Milgauss and sold it: head was too thick for me and braceley was too shiny. I did keep the OP 39 black dial though: very versatile and good for all occasions. Good
8d
By: VinnieD
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Officine Panerai: The very early 90s Panerai

Those were good times! I really liked the early days wooden boxes: they really looked artisanal, including the little metal plate
17d
By: VinnieD
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Photography: Gorgeous safari

But not quite the right lens to go on a safari if you ask me...
17d
By: VinnieD
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Rolex: Nice selection and picture!

But the picture does not capture the pearlescent halo of the dial, which is a new type of finish from Rolex as far as I know I enjoy the black one daily but the white one is also very much to my taste. It works all right on leather (or rubber btw) but I keep going back to the bracelet.
17d
By: VinnieD
1

Officine Panerai: It really looks like neon

Can you tell us more about the technology? Looks interesting!
18d
By: VinnieD
0

Rolex: Is this a Rolex?

Or a Montblanc?
18d
By: VinnieD
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