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Patek Philippe: Dear Gordon, thanks for pictorial explanation of the chrome version of 5131G.

Does this chrome version only exist in earlier samples of 5131G? I prefer the non-chrome version as you, since the colours of non-chrome are more vivid. While the chrome version looks more vintage, with colours appear to have faded away. Perhaps the chrome version is due to the more "transparent ena
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Patek Philippe: I like it. [nt]

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Patek Philippe: When I wind my 5270 at the same time everyday (usually in the morning), it takes me around 30 turns to fully wind up.

If I wind it from a fully un-wound status, it will take 60-70 turns. Will feel a very definite resistance when the watch is fully wound up, then stop winding. Unlike the 5170, 5270 does not have the dynamometric winding crown function when reaching the fully wound state. Due to the worry of damaging
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Patek Philippe: Hi, Patekova, I got my first patek perpetual chronograph back in Jun 2015, which the blue dial 5270G-019.

The reason of getting this is because patek perpetual chronograph has always been my grail, combining the two complications that fascinate me the most. Besides the blue dial is truly beautiful. Certainly I would like to have the 5970 if I could, but I started the collection a little bit late...... B
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TimeOut: Dear Count, good to hear from you. I believe we are working in the same field and know the crisis is really serious in a global scale.

The thing that we can do is to follow the recommendation from various health authorities and to stay in our post. Best, Henry
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