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Rolex: I purchased a Submariner (no-date) for someone's 44th birthday...

...and that someone was myself Congratulations to you and your very lucky son. He simply cannot lose with that Explorer!
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Rolex: Well, good news for those of you who own the current...

Ceramic Daytonas, new Pepsi and pretty much any other in-demand Rolex Professional model because they may be worth even more after this year's release. It's obviously Rolex's prerogative to introduce TT versions of their models but the bottomline is that they will be even less attainable for the maj
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Rolex: This was the first Rolex I feel in love with...

But I wasn't able to afford one at the time. Now that I can, I'm not happy with the way the new Expo 2 looks. Hopefully they'll come out with a redesign soon.
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Seiko: Congrats on your new Snowflake!

Seemingly a great all-around watch with an interesting movement and undeniably cool dial. But no matter how much of a distractioni the watch may be, please remember to readjust your tire pressure monitoring system. Then go back to staring at the Snowflake
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Horological Meandering: Maybe Hodinkee has been paying attention to the auctions...

I don't know what their cost was to source the case material as well as manufacture them in a limited quantity but in regards to the movement, yes, the $6K+ price tag is quite high. However, they may have noticed how some of their LE pieces have been performing at the auctions and based their pricin
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