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Girard Perregaux: Both are so nice and present a good value IMO.

Very hard to choose. They both have their merits. The white gold is cool and discrete, but the enamel dial does add some sensuality. The rose gold is warm and more sensual. I prefer white metal, so I would go for that one. I do wish the bezel on this piece was slimmer to add some more elegance. Chee
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A. Lange & Söhne: I prefer the old dial as well.

The new blue is too feminine for me. It is beautiful (I love the color blue), but just not for me...
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Omega: Well, I always find that...

If I’m not immediately enamored, that’s a sign I’m not sufficiently into it and probably shouldn’t buy. At the prices watches cost these days, I want to be smitten. But others attest to watches growing on them, so YMMV. Will you wear it casually or as a dress piece? If the latter, it may not work as
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Horological Meandering: Lol...yes, there is that point, and it’s a good one.

Certainly crossed my mind along with: who cares? This is the best watch enthusiast site on the Internet, so I’m not concerned about the widespread popularity of the site...way more concerned that the core community stays engaged and enthused. Cheers, John
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Omega: Not bad...

But the lugs are certainly getting close to the edges of your wrist. How’s the thickness? For this style of watch, I would typically want something more elegantly sized relative to wrist size, but that is a very personal view.
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