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Patek Philippe: Congratulations!

It's a fantastic piece. Mine says hello: Wear it in great health!
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Patek Philippe: This is mine

It's a bit beat up, but it's still my go to watch for travel. It's a very, very versatile watch that you can wear with a swim suit on the beach or a suit for a business meeting. Great acquisition! Congrats.
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By: David_S
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A. Lange & Söhne: Here is mine:

In platinum. I don’t have very large wrist and it fits me great. Size is not the biggest issue, but it is a heavy watch. I personally really like the heft of it, but you should really try it before deciding. The white gold has lume, but the Pt doesn’t. I personally don’t mind. The pushers feeling is
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Thanks for a great review!

Like others here, I too prefer the silver dial. While I think the blue enamel works fantastically on the new Gyro, here I find it a bit too bling. The silver is amazing though. I too would have preferred a more modern perpetual calendar module, but it's compensated by the sandwiched rotor... By the
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By: David_S
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Patek Philippe: Funny you should ask...

This is mine I still see a 5172 in my future...
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By: David_S
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Patek Philippe: 5172!

For me it’s no contest. But I have a deep love for manual chronos, so I might not be totally objective. I also prefer the seringue hands. In any case, best of luck in your choice. You really can’t go wrong either way. Cheers, David
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Patek Philippe: Very nice color combo! Congrats.

Coming from the owner of a salmon dial 5270P.
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By: David_S
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Audemars Piguet: Thanks Descartes!

It's a unique watch indeed.
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By: David_S
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Horological Meandering: With this collection, those that do not consider you a serious collectors are clowns.

Also, don't forget that your Rolexes will be vintage one day.
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By: David_S
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