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Patek Philippe: I would personally avoid complete overhaul if not needed

Even the best watchmakers leave marks behind when performing a service. If there is no need to do one I would avoid it just to avoid internal scratches and other “wear” on screws etc that is pretty much unavoidable.
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By: TomasEriksson
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Patek Philippe: My goto grey dealer showed me this

Sorry for the bad snapshot but had to take a picture, it’s one cool piece.
3M
By: TomasEriksson
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Audemars Piguet: stunning!

You should, the CE-diver is still very affordable and accessible even though the low production run.
3M
By: TomasEriksson
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Audemars Piguet: Its a 15400 [nt]

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By: TomasEriksson
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Audemars Piguet: Trusty diver

I will never let this one go regardless service costs, it´s my number one travel companion. We have gone scuba diving, mountain climbing, go carting, cliff diving, skiing...
3M
By: TomasEriksson
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Rolex: looks great!

Actually isn't that bad. My 116618 has more scars. That thing is a true scratch/ding magnet...
3M
By: TomasEriksson
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Rolex: My 116618 in its elements

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By: TomasEriksson
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Horological Meandering: patina...

your 116610 will develop patina, just a different type of patina. There is more to Patina than lume discoloration. Thanks for the photos, three great time pieces!
5M
By: TomasEriksson
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Piaget: thx guys

Kind words. The Polo has grown on me over my two years ownership.
5M
By: TomasEriksson
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Piaget: Travel watch

Polo S
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By: TomasEriksson
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