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Montblanc: Actually, VERY different than brands like AP, UN, Chopard, and Carl F. Bucherer.

I have service experience with all of those, and each one was light years better than Montblanc. Not only that, I will state that Montblanc offered the single worst service experience I have ever encountered with any product or any brand, and that includes those like Chevrolet and Dodge. I accept an
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By: MichaelC
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Audemars Piguet: Maybe not. One to see live for sure.

The gold version, I know I would love that live, but a ceramic bezel sure adds practicality on such a large watch.
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Audemars Piguet: Indeed, I saw the revised version a few times and it is very appealing.

In fact, I came close to getting one after its release but never did. Then came back to this original version.
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By: MichaelC
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Audemars Piguet: Perhaps the key piece of DNA of the Safari model

The watch looks OK on some other straps, but for me, it is only a Safari on this OEM hornback.
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By: MichaelC
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Richard Mille: Wow, I love it! I never look much at this brand.

I know a lot of our members like RM. This version is awesome. I imagine it is very expensive.
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By: MichaelC
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Ulysse Nardin: We are all stuck on the name. It's a shame, this version is the best so far.

I ask myself, do we harp on the name issue too much? And the answer is no. "Freak" is an icon for Ulysse Nardin. It is a massive part of the brand history, even if not yet 20 years old. So to name this new series Freak, I agree it is a poor choice. They could have used Rebel, Oddball, Monster... at
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By: MichaelC
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