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Rolex: To answer your question

I am a big fan of sticks with lume and do not like the "Broken Romans" at all, so I would pass on those three. If you want the 40, get the yellow gold with the champagne stick dial.
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Rolex: I think

odds are pretty good that Rolex will upgrade the 36mm Day-Date with the new movement and bracelet this year. Maybe wait to after Basel to make any decisions. The new PMs in 36mm should not be hard to obtain soon after the fair.
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Vacheron Constantin: I would not.

You are trading watches still hot in the market for a piece that is not now and never will be. If you want a Perpetual Chronograph get a 5270 at a great price point. The market for the PCC is just not it was in the late 90s and early 2000s when the big money folks bought them thinking they were good
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Patek Philippe: Not unless

they do not supply them. This segment of the watch line is pretty much dead in todays market.
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Patek Philippe: Market a [nt]

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Seiko: Really no comparison

between GS and Credor, in my view. Credor is GS at its highest level.
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Rolex: Blue and Red

seem a little deeper than on the WG version in my opinion having had the WG and now the Pepsi. A big improvement.
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Patek Philippe: Cool shirt [nt]

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