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IWC: Traditional lugs?

I wonder how hard it would be to put traditional logs on the case of one of these. I love the watch but just can’t get used to the way the bracelet attaches
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By: galt
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Patek Philippe: Would not trust their watchmaker

I don't think it is good practice at all to use their in house watchmaker for a grande complication piece. Even if the watch comes back "working" you will have no idea on what damage will have been done where you can't see. These are super finely finished parts and, although it takes forever, it is
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By: galt
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A. Lange & Söhne: 100%

Super Thin Same movement as perpetual -2 parts Zero Reset seconds Bi-metal platinum/gold mini rotor which is cool in itself but also give you a really good at the movement with its fantastic Lange finishing. Lange Big date Beautiful symmetry And of course those fantastic blued hands on the WG model
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By: galt
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A. Lange & Söhne: 100% underrated!

Gorgeous movement with the two piece micro-rotor.. and as you said it is essentially the perpetual movement but without a few parts. However, to my eyes, the dial is more elegant and balanced. Also, the thickness is impressive. I think this is one of the best annual calendars ever...
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By: galt
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F.P. Journe: Beautiful

Those are all fantastic photos--nice work!
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By: galt
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Patek Philippe: 5327

-Thinner -Fantastic Color -Micro Rotor movement is more special than the sort of base + module full rotor movement -That blue--and the applied numerals--fantastic.
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By: galt
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Automotive: Under rated masterpiece

This car is so much fun--cost no object. The concept is great..mazda miata light, but with a carbon tub, great brakes and no extra garbage (not even power steering). This car is an event to drive each and every time.
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By: galt
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F.P. Journe: Great watch

This one is a fantastic watch to have in a collection--even if cost is no object!
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By: galt
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