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Jaeger-LeCoultre: The JLC chronograph is fantastic

That sector dial is very cool. On this particular piece, the hands make for easy viewing of the chronograph registers since they are unfilled. One of my favorite watches is the original Master Compressor Chronograph. This movement is reliable and accurate. I prefer having the running seconds at six,
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By: quattro98
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Horological Meandering: If forced to choose...

I would go with the LF. I do like the titanium case. The low WR, manual movement, and style of decoration are not things I care for. I’d much rather have a Galet Square with the micro-rotor movement. The PP only makes sense to buy and flip. I’d hate to live with it as a keeper. The LF is something I
2M
By: quattro98
1

Automotive: Nice!

I’ve had an E92 M3 since new (about 8 years now). I wish I’d bought an E90. It’s getting time to move on but I plan on keeping one ICE car long term. I thought it would be the M3, but it will probably be the replacement (to be determined).
2M
By: quattro98
0

Vacheron Constantin: I like the design, but the movement is a weak spot

If I remember correctly, VC chose the Lemania cal. 1873 as the basis for this line. I prefer the cal. 2320 for the nicer appearance and traditional design.
2M
By: quattro98
1

Horological Meandering: Design looks great

But I don’t like the running seconds at 3.
3M
By: quattro98
1

Horological Meandering: Very nice

I really like the new bracelet and the less flashy design direction Breitling is taking.
3M
By: quattro98
1

Vacheron Constantin: Congratulations!

That is a serious looking crown to wind that mainspring.
4M
By: quattro98
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