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Jaeger-LeCoultre: I have this buckle

18mm and procured separately from a JLC boutique. It’s a great Buckle and I prefer it over the more rounded classic Reverso buckle. Adds a bit of modernity to the watch. I wear it on a Geophysic, and also much preferred over the deployant clasp. Cheers, John
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Audemars Piguet: Needs more cowbell. Maybe add some diamonds.

Yet another "look at me" watch...
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Food & Wine: My experience too. The 03s are big, extracted fruity wines (for Burgundy) due to the heat of the vintage.

But the better domaines made some excellent although atypical wines. I haven't really gotten into my 03s yet, but I probably should check in to see how they are coming along.
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Blancpain: That would be a dream

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Blancpain: I really wish BP would give us a Fifty Fathoms

…in the 40-41mm range. I would buy immediately.
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TimeOut: Worst of the Daniel Craig Bond movies IMO

And Craig is my favorite Bond. For any Bond fan, it's still worth a viewing. The ending was interesting, to say the least.
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Possibly JLC's most successful release in recent years, measured by volume

An elegant piece in a perfect size. The rose gold, cream dial is lovely too. Has a wonderful vintage vibe. Credit: watchcollectinglifestyle
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By: vitalsigns
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Food & Wine: Love the 2001s. At its finest a very elegant vintage....

with many very pure wines. Wish I bought more at the time. I've drank most of my 01s waiting for my 99s and 02s to mature. The cdV sounds lovely.
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