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Audemars Piguet: Thank you! [nt]

4M
By: TomasEriksson
1

Audemars Piguet: looks great

Great piece! Im doing some research on 5402, would you mind sharing the first two digits of the series number? Would love to help the community pin down the dial changes to somewhat specific serialranges.
4M
By: TomasEriksson
1

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.
7M
By: TomasEriksson
0

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.
10M
By: TomasEriksson
7

Audemars Piguet: stunning!

You should, the CE-diver is still very affordable and accessible even though the low production run.
11M
By: TomasEriksson
0

Audemars Piguet: Its a 15400 [nt]

11M
By: TomasEriksson
0

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...
11M
By: TomasEriksson
8

Rolex: looks great!

Actually isn't that bad. My 116618 has more scars. That thing is a true scratch/ding magnet...
11M
By: TomasEriksson
1

Rolex: My 116618 in its elements

1Y
By: TomasEriksson
3

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!
1Y
By: TomasEriksson
0