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Seiko: Is the bezel revolving?

If not, the additional 24 hours marking on the rehaut appears to be senseless. Marcus
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By: Marcus Hanke
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Automotive: And now I saw the new Golf 8 R being offered only in three colours

White, black and dark blue. The lack of colours here in Germany and Austria always makes me sad. Our streets are divided between black, silver and white, only every now and then a speck of red pops out. Henry Ford would have been happy, though ... Marcus
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By: Marcus Hanke
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Automotive: The dogs' compartment could be larger

I consider the Golf 7 Wagon as the absolute minmum in terms of trunk space for the dogs. In a few weeks, we will get a third dog (our Berger des Pyrénées is 14 years old and retired from active SAR service since January, so my wife gets a young Border Collie to train for that work), so the rear seat
1M
By: Marcus Hanke
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Automotive: I think I never showed the dog transport R

Meanwhile; I already have nearly 100,000 km on the clock, and I absolutely love it. Even if I drove its top speed of 260 km/h only once, but the handling in the curves is really wonderful. Regards, Marcus
1M
By: Marcus Hanke
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IWC: I like that the date window has the matching colour

many manufacturers take the low road by using a standard black date wheel. Marcus
1M
By: Marcus Hanke
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Horological Meandering: May I offer a clarification?

In fact, Ebel's cal. 137 movement is the result of a team project of Ebel and Ulysse Nardin to develop a chronograph movement for one, and a perpetual calendar movement for the other. The Lémania 1340 design was acquired by these two companies, and Nouvelle Lémania (later Manufacture Breguet) reserv
1M
By: Marcus Hanke
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Horological Meandering: Are you sure it is still the Primero movement?

I think the BTR line already had the "Modulor" cal. 137 movement, which was an own Ebel development, based on the Lémania 1340 (with center minute counter, but Ebel wanted to continue the classic Tricompax layout of the Primero). This great chronograph movement continues to live as Ulysse Nardin's c
1M
By: Marcus Hanke
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Indeed, it took a long time until my first JLC.

Basically, I always wanted a rectangular watch, but on the paper, most (affordable) Reversos appeared to be too small for me. However, this experience once again proves that pure figures are very different when it comes to the subjective presence, especially of a rectangular timepiece. Marcus
1M
By: Marcus Hanke
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