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Cartier: I think the red cabochon gives a feminine vibe

How does it feel on the wrist?
1Y
By: romulux
1

Jaeger-LeCoultre: I have the Grande Taille

Which I believe is exactly the dimension of the current Medium. I had it for a pretty good discount and remains the only brand new watch I still have in the past 5 years. Right now I'm considering engraving the back and make it forever mine.
1Y
By: romulux
1

Horological Meandering: Would it be useful for non-Japanese speaker/reader?

Looks like the pictures alone are worth it.
2Y
By: romulux
2

TAG Heuer: I prefer the 1964 re-edition

I believe ref CS3113 has a black dial with silver rings (but no date window), a plain Heuer shield logo, Lemania manual wind movement. Hurry though, price is creeping up.
2Y
By: romulux
0

TAG Heuer: A lot of time in Southeast Asia

Look forward to it and the pieces they bring.
2Y
By: romulux
0

Cartier: It was very small

even for my small wrist. I guess these are the ladies model. The XL seems to have longer hands with respect to the dial and case.
2Y
By: romulux
0

Cartier: Cartier Tonneau - 2667 vs 2595

I have a question on the CPCP era Tonneau. Is there a difference between ref 2595 and 2667? I found a 2667 with the CPCP signatures: Paris on the dial, Breguet hands, and guilloche motif with the flower on the hand base. The strap was not widened at the lugs; I doubt it was original. Secret signatur
2Y
By: romulux
1

Piaget: Only heard of this man just now

His Reverso is definitely cool, as well as his Piaget. Thanks
2Y
By: romulux
1