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Rolex: My summer watch as well

...sadly don't own a 16550 so this one gets plenty of wrist time. Got the polar in a trade thinking I would sell it off but its under the radar coolness ended up winning me over to the Crown
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By: th.gr.ga
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Tricky question...

Popular for whom? And on what basis? Should I venture a guess, I imagine Reverso is, by far, the model most readily associated with JLC amongst watch buyers in general. It has the longest and most enduring history; while other models, e.g. the Memovox or the Duometré, might be said to be more origin
17d
By: th.gr.ga
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: +1 [nt]

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By: th.gr.ga
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Cartier: Will do!

Did you settle on the Tank yet?
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By: th.gr.ga
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Cartier: Same here

Budding Cartier collector as well. Used to love cartiercodex.com which had detailed information on all models including movements used, sizes and variations. But sadly the website was closed down last year. Traced it to a member on here so might approach him/her to see if there are any plans for
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By: th.gr.ga
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Cartier: Beautiful!

I am eagerly waiting to get my Tonneau back from service with Cartier. Very positive to deliver it to the staff at my local Cartier store - both service and price-wise.
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By: th.gr.ga
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Food & Wine: Yummy

I salute your good taste! I am partial to nice Manzanillas and sherry generally remains the most undervalued continental wine in my opinion.
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By: th.gr.ga
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Patek Philippe: Salmon for me

Not only do I like it the best, the blue dial also reminds me too much of the Reverso tribute small seconds (ref Q3978480). Nothing wrong with that design, but it belongs better with JLC in my opinion.
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By: th.gr.ga
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