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Jaeger-LeCoultre: A manual wound chrono would have been amazing

And the dial would have been less cluttered. I love those references
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Horological Meandering: as long as it is Swiss made

it must be high quality very puzzling indeed!
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Audemars Piguet: Ooof that perpetual is wild

Not many must have been produced with this spec
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Rolex: ...and by the look of your countdown, you only have 5 minutes left: hurry up!

What a beast! We rarely see this reference on this forum: what is the case dimension?
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By: VinnieD
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Rolex: I prefer smooth bezel and oyster

i.e. the less shiny option of the two But I would be keen to try a Jubilee out of curiosity
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By: VinnieD
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Automotive: Which makes us a little sad inside

;-) btw does a simple Miata qualify for your "little bombs" Alpine road trip?
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Automotive: These little guys are rarer sights on the road than Dino 246 (with which it shares its engine)

But it probably means a higher proportion was written off/neglected/left to rust whilst the Dinos were mostly pampered
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Officine Panerai: Indeed Panerai is a little stuck between historic versions and cutting edge stuff

Not sure about the new 'eco-friendly' trend in horology: I am all for sustainability but a very small object (not in precious metal) that is due to last for 100 years does not strike me as something that really begs for becoming more sustainable. Sustainability is one of the reasons I do not buy gol
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By: VinnieD
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Patek Philippe: The perpetual is awesome

But I am attracted to the 6119G even though I am usually not a fan of hobnail bezels. Here, the bold hands, dial texture (vertical brushed, my favourite), and the superb updated movement make it a winner. To be tried on the wrist!
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