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Audemars Piguet: I knew the owner just from the photo

Did not need to see the login ID for this one ;-) Awesome, awesome watch.
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By: MichaelC
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Girard Perregaux: Black ceramic with blued movement for me, as you mentioned.

It has been a regular force on my wrist since acquiring it. I would love to see a rose gold and black two tone model. I envision it in my mind and I am in love!
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By: MichaelC
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TimeOut: Beautiful!

I could go for a nice walk...
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By: MichaelC
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Audemars Piguet: Appreciate the report.

I rather like the 42mm titanium Offshore.
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By: MichaelC
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Glashütte Original: I have not had time for proper photos.

I am doing many things lately, but I will get to it one day. I would like to add a Moritz Grossmann to my GO, but I cannot imagine loving another as much as this Chronometer LE version.
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By: MichaelC
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Seiko: Welcome! Very glad you joined here.

Very nice Seiko!
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By: MichaelC
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Blancpain: Aah, I also understand it better now.

If the 12 is dead center at the top of the case, then it would seem there must be a printing problem with your dial. In any event, I hope it gets sorted out for you.
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By: MichaelC
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Blancpain: I think your 2nd concern comes down to learning how to set it how you want it.

I'll admit, I am always a bit nutty in getting my minute hand perfectly aligned with a marker as the seconds hit 0. On some watches like my Ulysse Nardin Caliber 118, I basically set the minute hand precisely over a marker, and a minute later it is there again. On an older AP Offshore, I need to mov
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By: MichaelC
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Ulysse Nardin: Quite a duo there, congratulations!

And welcome to the Freak Club!
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By: MichaelC
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