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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Yes you wouldn’t want to change anything on that watch

What’s the strap? Rubber with calf? I was thinking to get the same as the tropical wears down quite easily. One day it will not be available anymore. Or just get the new Polaris rubber strap.
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By: jlc.thomsen
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Yes complete luminous party here!

I heard they over-lumed the first dials to include all numerals and indices by mistake on the first batch. What a nice mistake!
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By: jlc.thomsen
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: My God yes Nico!

What was I thinking?
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By: jlc.thomsen
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Thanks for sharing Tony. Yeah I just got my 2008 tribute back from a full overhaul last week

And I’m enjoying every single minute of it. I can’t believe I was trying to trade it in 5 months ago. Luckily the trader refused to take it because the oscillation test was off and wanted me to service it first. I have now re-discovered its absolute perfectness after the ( too long) service break. J
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By: jlc.thomsen
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Patek Philippe: Much much better Peter-thanks for the pick

Now the hunt for an appropriate solution. Looks like I’m weating my wifes watch from this side 🤪 And the gravity pushes the watch to the left no matter how tight I wear it.
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By: jlc.thomsen
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Patek Philippe: I am with you! Please send some pics.

I love the watch but that thin deployment is just not right for the heft on the other side.
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By: jlc.thomsen
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Patek Philippe: Cool- did you do anything about the strap Peter?

I simply don’t like the strap and the fact that it gets so narrow on the clasp side makes it unstable with the heft of the watch Pleas post some pics of yours!
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By: jlc.thomsen
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