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Rolex: For me it was a matter of not being proportional.

I think whenever Rolex goes beyond 40mm, it gets real tricky and hard to get it right. Sometimes I get the feeling that I'm looking at 2 dials, one superimposed on top of the other (Rolex tried to fix this problem with the newer dial). I briefly thought about it before going with the Aquanaut Travel
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Rolex: Thank you

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Rolex: A future grail as far as I'm concerned.

In 20 years, when the flimsy bracelet/endlinks/clasp of the mass-produced 16520/16523/16528 will have loosened to such an extent as to become unwearable (many already are), the 16518/16519 will have stood alone the test of time, literally.
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Rolex: And cake?

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Rolex: That would be nice.

Feeling a bit lonely here..
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Seiko: The amazing 3-dimensional depth of Credor's design:

a total of 5 layers, if you include the bezel and the date wheel.
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Rolex: Ikebana

Courtesy of the Ohara School of Ikebana
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Patek Philippe: Definitely the 5164/1A

It's better proportioned. The 5968 is a bit too large and fat IMO. Not to mention the date window at 3 O'Clock makes the dial less balanced. And don't forget that the 5164A has already been out for 8 years, and it will probably be discontinued soon. Selling now will definitely cause you regret in th
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