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Omega: I'm curious to see how Omega approaches the 2021 Summer Olympics revision

Will the 2020 collection continue in production, or will there be an entirely new set of editions for the 2021 games? Also, could it be that the ordinarily rote Omega Olympic series becomes part of a weird sub-branch of "Tokyo 2020" collectible memorabilia down the line? Best, Tim
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By: Tim_M
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Horological Meandering: I'm all about that Zodiac Astrographic

Nice collection. Best, Tim
12d
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Vacheron Constantin: This was wonderful to see

Thanks for sharing. And nice choice of Overseas! That might be the best looking model in the current collection.. Best, Tim
13d
By: Tim_M
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: I liked this comparison when you first proposed it years ago...

and I like it still! The juxtaposition is dramatic to see, and I'm not sure the Rolex carries the day so easily. In terms of innovation and scarcity, this version of the Amvox 2 surpasses the Daytona in both respects. Best, Tim
20d
By: Tim_M
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Automotive: It's the Lange of autos

German made, impressively sophisticated, curiously underrated, and a slammin' pre-owned buy. It was already a buyer's market for these, and I suspect even better opportunities will emerge shortly. I might even buy one down the road. This car deserves its special place in history as one of the early
20d
By: Tim_M
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Independents: He told me in November that the Simplicity remains available.

I take him at his word. I'm sure it's the equivalent of ordering and waiting for a Richard Sachs bicycle, but production continues... slowly. Best, Tim
28d
By: Tim_M
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Horological Meandering: The Moonraker looks pretty cool.

It's the ultimate budget alternative to the Omega Blue Side Aventurine. Best, Tim
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