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Horological Meandering: Internal vs external motives

My watch collection consists of whatever I want. For some that may focus on a brand, a type of watch, recognizable icons. Personally, I want a limited number of pieces that I thoroughly enjoy. Excess pieces just to fill out some sense of scope or diversity would detract from my enjoyment of the piec
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By: quattro98
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Horological Meandering: CD Peacock

They’re currently in Oak Brook mall and an AD for both brands mentioned. Several years ago they had another store at The Shops as North Bridge, in the city. I only recall seeing Rolex at that location (not Patek). In the city, Patek used to be retailed by Tourneau in Water Tower (now closed) and Tif
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By: quattro98
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Vacheron Constantin: Very nice

I’ve wondered about using the strap from the brown dial model with my blue dial watch.
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By: quattro98
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A. Lange & Söhne: Agree 100%

There are many other watches available and I refuse to play any games.
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By: quattro98
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Horological Meandering: This is the one I have. Honestly, I’ve never used it.

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By: quattro98
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WristScan: Day 3: Haven't worn this in a long time. It could still be my only watch.

This is my first mechanical watch from when I discovered the watch forums > 20 years ago. IWC Ingenieur Ref. 3521. This watch is 34 mm across, uses a JLC 889/2 base, offers 120 m of water resistance, and references a Gerald Genta design. It also offers shock protection mounting for the movement and
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By: quattro98
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WristScan: Not what I was planning to wear today.

Vacheron Constantin Overseas Ref. 4500V (blue) This is always close by and my default choice many days. Comfortable, practical, and very high quality.
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By: quattro98
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