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Piaget: The ox for me :)

I like the body movement and the stature of the animal, full of strength and confidence! My vote goes for that one! Thanks Gordon for sharing!
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By: Marc M
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Piaget: Beautiful

I like this very special Piaget design. It's a pretty unusual one with a relatively huge case for the Manufacture that rather favors ultra thin movements and discret cases. That's because this case originally hosted the beta 21 quartz movement developed in a coordinated effort by many swiss watch br
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By: Marc M
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Piaget: You mean this? :)

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By: Marc M
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Piaget: Indeed!

Every year she does one. The new one is coming soon
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By: Marc M
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Piaget: She does indeed !

I think pieces she did were in 2004 or 2005 on a collection called Miss Protocole (discontinued since then) featuring with Champleve enamel on the dial and case. Since then, she does pieces regularly but they are of course very confidential.
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By: Marc M
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IWC: No...

My friend placed his Leica on a support and connected to the camera with his phone. Now, you know the trick
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By: Marc M
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IWC: Watches are art pieces ultimately!

I wonder why Michelangelo forgot to paint watches on their wrists... Strange! :p
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By: Marc M
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IWC: That's the beauty of watchmaking

Piaget and IWC are doing the same type of products ultimately. Yet the range of expression differs so much. And this diversity and complexity are simply stunning, making the world of watchmaking so beautiful!
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By: Marc M
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IWC: Nope :(

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By: Marc M
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IWC: When you bump into a watch friend!

Ok, we didn't really bump into each other but rather agreed to meet for a coffee. However, I bumped into his watch as it's pretty rare IMHO to see a Big Pilot Black Carbon! At least for me as it was the first time I saw it in flesh!
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By: Marc M
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