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Omega: Meat and potatoes for Speedy fans! . . .

. . . basic Speedy - no frills other than sapphire top and bottom. How can you go wrong?
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By: Dr No
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Omega: The grey side elicits a similar reaction as . . .

. . . the Apollo-Soyuz meteorite dial or Apollo 11 45th anniversary limited edition Professionals: very cool, but not necessarily because they're Speedmasters. In other words, they're appealing on grounds other than being part of the Speedy family. Personally partial to grey dials, and now with the
6h
By: Dr No
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WristScan: Exactly what I was thinking yesterday morning! A bumper crop of exceptional submissions . . .

. . . that absorbed three hours of deliberation before coming to a decision. Art
9h
By: Dr No
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WristScan: WotW should be about the watch and not about . . .

. . . the image, unlike Wrist Scan and Static Photo where composition and technique are the main considerations. Karlisnet's and DruidPadj's submissions were also very compelling, but the Tuscar . . . well, you know how special it is! Personally, Fred's SM300 is the one I'd like to have, but that's
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By: Dr No
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WristScan: Believe it or not, it took three straight hours . . .

. . . and more cups of coffee to finally come to a decision. Tough week to judge, for sure!
1d
By: Dr No
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Omega: 'Spaced out'? That really deserves . . .

. . . a matching theme. ;-)
1d
By: Dr No
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WristScan: Watch of the Week is turning out to be . . .

. . . a very tough call. Normally, there are a handful of submissions that spark my interest. This session brought sixteen. Let's start with JML'S EmaS. He's posted this unique dive watch design many times in the past, but it never fails to spark my interest. It manages to be conventional and unique
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By: Dr No
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WristScan: I'm picking up a break shaft today . . .

. . . with a medium tip replacing the hard one that was originally installed. A hard tip works well for 9-ball, but has too much energy transfer for 3-ball. Can't wait to try it out next week!
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By: Dr No
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: At the JLC boutique in Beverly Hills, Nicolas; I wrote about it then . . .

. . . on our JLC forum. As I recall, Mark Matthews was there as well. Such a long time ago, yet it seems like yesterday . . .
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By: Dr No
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Seen in the metal twelve years ago . . .

. . . and never forgotten since. One of few tourbillons that compete with the Omega central for my interest. Art
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By: Dr No
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