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TimeOut: I’m sure glad it’s not Rolex...

Because anybody who wants the shoes would be on a 7 year waiting list.
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Horological Meandering: May have saved his life..

but I can bet he still took a few blows. Arm, wrist and watch getting hit by the machete would have been defensive wounds. Hope the guy is not too badly hurt.
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TimeOut: Beautiful. Congratulations.

How would you compare the feeling of the gentlest, smoothest pusher on a Patek Chronograph with the well balanced trigger and self opening on the H&H? Do you have the same feel on the trigger as with chrono pusher...gentle pressure and you feel that slight resistance until you just know that the
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Rolex: Rolex knows Customer Service

In just the last decade (not going to bore you with even more detailed) I took a 16700 in 8 years ago, a 16610 in 3 years ago and a 16600 2 months ago. All to the Rolex Service Center in NYC. In addition, also had a ladies TT MOP dial with diamonds serviced 2 years ago. No complaints. I have only po
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Patek Philippe: If you own a Swiss watch and a German car you are ok...

Not so sure if you own a Swiss car though.
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TimeOut: Well done. Congratulations.

I don't like to call them shops....but London has the most interesting and wonderful establishments that are worth numerous visits. Purdey, Holland & Holland, John Lobb Ltd, Cleverly and Lock are among the finest. As you have experienced, immersing yourself in the process is as satisfying as eve
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