...too thick for a start. The PC function is subservient to the chrono functions. Moon phase aperture too small. A friend asked about this and I pointed him to the PP 5270P salmon instead. He is very happy. Nothing against this watch...I have a great love of many ALS watches (the older annual calend
...it is one of my ‘first loves.’ Another thing to look for is the treatment of the leap-year aperture. In some watches (maybe based on series?) the window cuts significantly into the date arc. In other cases the intrusion is minimal. Either way I may also be in the market. Good luck.
...being an avid reader of all things watches it was indeed my sense that he was a straight shooter...was just looking for first-hand accounts. Amazing shop. I wasn’t set on buying a piece then and there so I passed on a 3940R. Thanks again to all. m
...and came upon Twain Time. 19 E. 69th. Really nice selection. Lots of Pateks. Tried on a 5050J and a 5170J. Really love the old-school offerings : ) Other recommendations (from them) were David Ashton (it was closed) and Madison Time. Will report back if I go Monday.
...and will have Monday off to explore while my better half works : ) Any good suggestions/hidden gems other than the usual big watch stores I should know about? I would ask my son (who lives here) but ‘kids these days’ tell time from their phones... Thanks. m