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Automotive: A man after my own heart --

Alfa, Fiat, and Doxa! First two cars were Fiats (124 Sport Coupe then 124 Spider), then an Alfa Spider ... and much later, a covey of Doxas ;-)
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By: JohnFM
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Blancpain: Nah, that's not it!

As you know, it's because some things can't be put into words ;-)
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By: JohnFM
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Blancpain: Why do I understand that ...

... even if I can't describe it exactly? ;-)
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By: JohnFM
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Blancpain: Very nice!

As usual with your vintage watches, understated yet interesting and striking! Not sure why new watches can't quite match this level of low key beauty.
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By: JohnFM
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Rolex: That does look nice

Does the bracelet version also include the strap?
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By: JohnFM
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Rolex: The blue is nice

... but more casual and less special (to my eye) than the original.
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By: JohnFM
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Horological Meandering: Another nice offering from Hamilton

Between this Khaki Pilot and the Khaki Field Mechanical, Hamilton has come out with some excellent watches recently. I'm surprised I'm not seeing more of this one, which has a simple but unique and striking look.
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By: JohnFM
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TimeOut: Is this the current Khaki Field Mechanical?

Regardless, it looks fantastic -- a home run for Hamilton!
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By: JohnFM
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Officine Panerai: Ha!

You wear the 662 and 721 enough to probably be due for replacements ;-)
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By: JohnFM
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Officine Panerai: I agree

The 721 is a bit more comfortable with its smaller lugs. They’re all very big watches, but the 721 looks the biggest to my eye because the dial is so prominent. That said, it’s quite striking due to its simplicity and blue hands. It’s not big and bold like a Rolex Sea Dweller or DeepSea, but more wh
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By: JohnFM
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