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Vacheron Constantin: Yes and No

Hi Bill. I agree with you on wanting to see more of the spectacular guillochage, but I am not sure if the Patrimony would be the right line for it. I think one of the characteristics of the Patrimony line is the simple, unadorned dial. This is especially true for the Contemporaine. On second thought
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By: Kazumi
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Vacheron Constantin: Always nice to have these accessories from VC

I also have the book which is indeed an interesting read. Unfortunately, my QDI cube from SIHH 2008 is in the same condition as the one in your picture. The 3D Maltese cross collapsed after an accidental fall...Oh well Hope everyone is enjoying the holidays... Kazumi
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By: Kazumi
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Vacheron Constantin: The Aronde looks good both in WG and PG

Being based in Japan, we had an early offering of WG Arondes and it is only now that the PG ones are trickling in (actually, the one I saw was a sample so it seems that production or delivery, at least to Japan is not in step with demand). I am a RG fan and I liked the RG version more for its warmth
10Y
By: Kazumi
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Cartier: Nice read

I enjoyed the interview and the photos immensely. As already mentioned, it is nice to be able to share the human factor behind the collections - not to mention getting to see the face behind the handle name. What an enviable collection, Mr. Wan! I saw a sample (probably a dummy) of the SD skeleton a
10Y
By: Kazumi
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Vacheron Constantin: Interesting

Thanks for the heads up, Bill. This will be something to check out although I do have a soft spot for the RG contemporaine with creamier dials. HAGWE Kazumi
10Y
By: Kazumi
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Cartier: Breathtaking piece of art. Love it! [nt]

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By: Kazumi
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Cartier: Thanks for the informative user's review!

As usual, a great read. I too find the Galbee's design to be very attractive and elegant. I think it could use a little up-sizing, but it does looks bigger than it actually is (at least, it should not be a problem with moderately-sized wrists). I am not familiar with the Galbee's pricing but it shou
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By: Kazumi
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Vacheron Constantin: I am not aware of any car manufacturer that is vertically integrated

I am not aware of any car manufacturer that is vertically integrated but it is an interesting parallelism. I guess making a car just requires too many components (sub-components) so that sub-contractors are always in the picture regardless of the brand. However, I don't know if anyone who owns a Vol
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By: Kazumi
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