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Jaeger-LeCoultre: It has happened already

Zodiac has reissued the Super Sea Wolf that used the same case as the Polaris II
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By: Tim_M
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: I'd have felt better if the new watch were a revival of this rather than another Polaris 1968 tribute.

They already borrowed the dial, so why not the rest? Must every Polaris be the '68/E859?
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By: Tim_M
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: I don't know

$15,600 is a pile of cash for a watch with a pretty basic alarm. You can pick up a GO Senator Diary used in steel for under ten grand, and that has both 24-hour and full-month setting modes to alert you any time of day up to 31 days in advance. As much as I've loved JLC over the years, the GO seems
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By: Tim_M
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Blancpain: This is awesome. I loved it in steel, but this one sealed the deal for me; it's my favorite diver by far.

What Submariner? Let somebody else worry about waiting for that. Best, Tim
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By: Tim_M
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Horological Meandering: Of course.

First, a technical prototype of a career-defining watch by a modern master begs no excuses, and I'm not even a Journe fan. I'd wear this in an instant after a factory service to ensure it's working as intended. Besides, "unfinished" describes virtually every vintage diver, every Breguet Type XX, all
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By: Tim_M
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Rolex: I like them more than the Subs.

And I look forward to reading the official Rolex names for these dial colors. Those tend to be fun and occasionally out of character for the brand. Best, Tim
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By: Tim_M
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