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Horological Meandering: My opinion is biased

As I own the first version of the tradition. White gold, 37mm. Manual. I’ve seen the tradition referred to as a skeleton watch many times online however I disagree with that description. A skeleton watch most often has empty spaces that allow you to see through the dial to what’s underneath. The tra
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By: Thornteq
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Patek Philippe: Congratulations

A real beauty ! Enjoy H.
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Breguet: Congratulations Count,

It’s a real beauty and I hope you wear in good health always. My wg manual version in 37mm has taught me one thing , one may have chronos that are simialr or time only that don’t look much different from each other , however this watch has no peers in the way it looks. As it’s movement layout is poc
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Patek Philippe: I agree

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Patek Philippe: A few things to consider

That may help you to decide 1) you will also have to purchase a new strap that works with the deployant. Deployant straps are of a different length. 2) if you decide, one day to sell the watch , I doubt anyone will want the deployant as well in white gold. 3) even though no one may notice it’s white
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Horological Meandering: I’ll submit this DR

platinum ultra thin . I love it still . Sincerely H.
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Rolex: You’re very welcome

The bezel is handmade bakelite. Regards H.
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Rolex: And the unfiltered version

Regards H.
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Rolex: AdG tribute to 6241 gold

Its been my daily barring short trips abroad for most of this year. An absolute delight to wear on formal and informal occasions. I’ve had no issues with the watch at all. Aside from the fact that I find less time for other pieces. H.
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