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Omega: I'm not really a NATO wearer...

But I've heard great things about the ToxicNATOs. Apparently the hardware and quality of the strap materials are top notch. I know several people who swear by them.
4d
By: logan2z
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Officine Panerai: Agreed, about as good as a modern Panerai gets...

I don't mind the display back, although the movement isn't really that much to look at. I've got a 000 so that satisfies my urge for a base PAM with a solid back.
4d
By: logan2z
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Rolex: That's terrible

Did your AD document the condition of the watch before sending it in? When my AD sent my JLC Memovox for service they took many photographs of the watch and wrote a detailed description of the condition. Luckily the watch came back cosmetically exactly as I sent it in but the photos and description
7d
By: logan2z
1

Zenith: According to watchesbysjx

"every part of the original A384, from the dimensions of its steel case to the panda dial, was scanned and digitised to ensure the Revival is an exact replica"
9d
By: logan2z
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Zenith: That's what I read as well

I don't typically go for watches as small as 37mm, but if the case makes it wear larger than it is then I may be very interested. The first Zenith that has really piqued my interest.
10d
By: logan2z
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Glashütte Original: Not sure the rubber strap really makes sense here...

But I love the watch otherwise. Beautiful dial.
19d
By: logan2z
1

Audemars Piguet: I prefer the prototype

Odd choice to remove the tapisserie dial.
19d
By: logan2z
1

Photography: I wish Leica would focus more on their cameras...

And less on lifestyle gimmickry like this.
1M
By: logan2z
2

Horological Meandering: NATOs don't taper

At least none that I've ever seen. Personally I would go for a leather strap on a pilot's watch anyway.
1M
By: logan2z
2