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Patek Philippe: 5070 Fan here...

I like the manual wind, stepped bezel and overall look of the watch. I agree with the other comment that they are likely more scarce...the 5070P especially so. My preference shows in this photo from my collection. Dave
21d
By: Dave G
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Horological Meandering: First watch for me was a Movado piece...

given by my parents for high school graduation in 1985. Not a great horological piece but sentimental. It started a 35 year journey and many hundreds of pieces acquired. Dave
25d
By: Dave G
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Ulysse Nardin: I own an hourstriker...

and one of the charms is the automaton. It would have been good to see this continued. I do like the improvements stated that drive a louder chiming. It is rather faint on the older pieces. Dave
25d
By: Dave G
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Horological Meandering: My answers...

1) I would keep my Lange Datograph (original version). 2) If I could have one watch probably the Patek 5078P with black dial. Dave
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By: Dave G
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Here are both of mine.

I love the unique chrono function. Dave
1M
By: Dave G
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Ulysse Nardin: All in the family...

Which one of these would be the 'black sheep' amongst the group? I like them all for different reasons. + The Monopusher is so elegant. I would prefer it in white gold though. This piece reminds me of the stuff UN used to make -- I have been disappointed for a few years in the base line. + The Colum
1M
By: Dave G
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