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A. Lange & Söhne: Yes platinum. The rose gold version is not nearly as heavy.........

And a better daily wearer from what I can remember having it on a few times over the years. I will say as a close comparison, the original white gold 1815 chrono is very comfortable to wear. I actually enjoy wearing it more than the Datograph. Tony
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A. Lange & Söhne: As a daily wearer......

You'd really have to strongly consider the current version. As much as I like the original, within a week I want to change over to something else as the top heaviness does get to you. With that being said I'm guess many datograph owners wear their watch in a rotation and not as an everyday go to pie
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Well I have to say that It's even a little painful to me when I see a Langematik Anniversary............

I know you were close, but I really rooting for you to get that one back someday. (along with all of the others of course) Tony
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Patek Philippe: Maybe he should ban himself..............

That Stalin reference was disgusting. There is no place for that on any fourm. Tony
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A. Lange & Söhne: I'm not sure if you have posted pictures before........

But I'd love to see that watch on a khaki strap.
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Vacheron Constantin: The 3rd Gen chrono is a full 1 mm plus thicker than the 2nd Gen chrono........

13.7mm vs 12.4mm. I owned the 2nd gen chrono and have tried a silver dial 3 Gen Chronograph on, the difference in thickness between the two is noticable. The in-house movement made the 3rd gen chunkier. Now I do like the 3rd generation three hander better than the previous model. The size and thickn
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A. Lange & Söhne: Yes it was always a watch that I wanted one day........

Do you still have your Grand Luminous Fx?
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