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Patek Philippe: I met a man wearing this watch last summer...

...he was not a small man, but the watch looked much larger than the 37mm indicated. It had a TON of presence.
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By: mdg
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Patek Philippe: 5320...

...but I wish the half-'eaten' stick markers at 5 and 7 were omitted. The dots alone would have sufficed.
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By: mdg
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TimeOut: Agree that the 2019 film is fantastic...

I've seen it twice and have recommended it to everyone who likes movies...even if you don't know much about the duo it is worth watching.
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By: mdg
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Independents: Not a fan of...

'overly ornamental' watches...the only way I can think to describe them. I'm sure the craftsmanship and finishing is very good, but they try waaaay too hard.
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By: mdg
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Patek Philippe: OK...I'll go with blue...

...as the salmon mimics the 5101P tourbillon but is not on that level. Besides, I've seen the blue in person and it's beautiful. Not too concerned about legibility in a watch of this style.
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By: mdg
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Patek Philippe: Tough choice...

...but both are extremely elegant, seldom-seen, and completely under the radar.
9d
By: mdg
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A. Lange & Söhne: Great photo...

fantastic watch. I want the watch and your clothes budget...
9d
By: mdg
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A. Lange & Söhne: "Screwed Chatons"...

...filed under 'Things that sound dirty but aren't.' : )
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By: mdg
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Patek Philippe: The shaped movement is fantastic...

my small ‘beef’ is having ‘low’ on the power reserve indicator on the right side. Think of a speedometer, higher is to the right, lower to the left. If I were rich enough to do a custom piece I would fix it : )
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By: mdg
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