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Horological Meandering: I think

interest will wane over time.
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By: watch-er
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Patek Philippe: Stunning and

looks great on you.
4d
By: watch-er
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Horological Meandering: It is a big watch

but I like the color scheme and matte finish. I would certainly keep it.
4d
By: watch-er
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Rolex: Your watch makes

the perfect one watch collection. Enjoy it as your one and only for a while and not as the start of anything but your affair with that watch.
4d
By: watch-er
1

Patek Philippe: I quit at 25 Mil LOL [nt]

No message body
6d
By: watch-er
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Patek Philippe: Number of watches alone

is very superficial. One watch can be a great collection as can several. You will be taken as serious as you are about your watch (s). Not much more to it than that. The serious PP collecting still centers on the older watches which were made in very limited numbers from 1925 thru 1980.
6d
By: watch-er
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Patek Philippe: The Datagraph is a sight to behold

but wears very big, is very top heavy and is very hard to read the calendar sub dials. For an all around wearable watch the PP wins by a wide margin. From a purely mechanical and movement basis the Datagraph is far more spectacular than this PP. This PP is not even close.
6d
By: watch-er
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Horological Meandering: Why these people still need ebauches

still puzzles me. How hard can it be to cut sheet metal with a CNC machine. To me that is far easier than actually making a watch and have it work and do all the finishing. I get there is some cost in obtaining, storing and milling steel and fabricating screws.
9d
By: watch-er
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Patek Philippe: They actually have about five different vendors. The letter on the strap back

indicates which vendor the strap is from.
9d
By: watch-er
1