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TimeOut: Neil was an outstanding

writer who walked the extra mile to get his research right, and he practised the sort of journalism that got past the official deceit and made the reader a witness to history.
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By: penang1974
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Am embarrassment for JLC and much appreciate your sharing

It happens that I’ve been eyeing this watch for possible purchase, I now reconsider
17d
By: penang1974
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Hublot: The desirability of the watch is enhanced

by your carefully taken photo, framed from just the right angle. Well done
17d
By: penang1974
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Seiko: Starting 2021 with Grand Seiko

This is the anti-magnetic model with a high accuracy quartz movement rated to 10 seconds a year. (A mechanical movement is also offered). Steel, 39 mm, with iron cage. Very well-built tool watch but can’t help wishing the bracelet allows micro-adjustments. Overall though, this watch is a keeper
18d
By: penang1974
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Glashütte Original: A bit unusual - this one is in platinum

Bought several years ago - a limited edition Glashutte Original PanoMatic Lunar Platinum case and buckle, automatic movement , 40 mm Only 200 pieces were offered. This is a watch that looks and feels heavyweight, somber and serious
28d
By: penang1974
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A. Lange & Söhne: The quality of the fit and finish

shines right through. Marvelous
28d
By: penang1974
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Christmas occurs at different times in different time zones of the world

- this should make it easier to keep track
1M
By: penang1974
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Girard Perregaux: Wrist size is a bit over 7 inches

Note the oversized date display on this model, which is pretty useful
1M
By: penang1974
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