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Horological Meandering: Coincidentally, this topic has been on my mind lately...

My Patek 5167 is, without a doubt, the most difficult watch I’ve ever photographed. Unless I am very selective about where I take a photo, the polished edges of the bezel seem to always catch a reflection. It is actually driving me crazy!
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By: bar2020
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Rolex: The WG version is perfect.

I saw it in person two weeks ago and I find it to be the most cohesive design of the Ceramic Daytona. The grey dial offsets the black accents perfectly. Not as visually bold as the SS White Dial, and more contrast than the SS Black Dial.
3Y
By: bar2020
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Independents: I agree. The newest release is superb.

I wish they would produce it in steel.
3Y
By: bar2020
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Independents: What a dial!

Elegant, beautiful, and interesting.
3Y
By: bar2020
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Independents: Stunning! A grail watch for sure...

I was fortunate to meet Kari Voutilainen a few months ago in NYC. Such a friendly and humble man, but his passion for watchmaking is something that can not be explained. It is my dream to own one of his creations at some point in my life. Congratulations. The dial is incredible, and more importantly
3Y
By: bar2020
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TimeOut: I was recently in several of those cities...

I would definitely recommend stopping in Ghent. A charming town with a vibrant energy...it’s a short train ride from Brussels, and we actually enjoyed it more than Bruges. In Brussels, the Grand Plaza and it’s surrounding area is both visually impressive and interesting. Enjoy! Chris
3Y
By: bar2020
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Patek Philippe: This watch is not easy to photograph...

But you’ve done very well. Beautiful 5167! Chris
3Y
By: bar2020
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