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Zenith: Been hoping to see a no date version some day

Such a pity that it is very limited one, it looks very well.
17h
By: Flanker
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Omega: Very good looking

Black nato works very well with the Moonwatch, hard to beat such a combo.
17h
By: Flanker
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IWC: You are very right.

If they continue well like this, Aquatimer and Ingenieur lines which have strong heritage can be reborn.
6d
By: Flanker
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IWC: Same here

Waiting for the larger diameter, no date version, no magnetic case (thinner) and manual wind. I can live with a PR. It has to be manual, so you can touch that nice crown as frequent as possible. Current 46mm BP is like a hockey puck, I tried it in a local AD last week again but it was the same resul
6d
By: Flanker
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Independents: Bauhaus in a dial

Very good in terms of design, although it could be better in 40 mm IMHO.
6d
By: Flanker
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Automotive: There are other grey areas also.

Such as the source for the electric energy that is used for charging, if it is not renewable then there will be an indirect carbon footprint which can be considerable. In addition there is recyling problems of batteries, how will we dispose of batteries which complete their lifecycles. They contain
7d
By: Flanker
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IWC: Nice selection

All these are my favorites also
18d
By: Flanker
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Automotive: I would go for the Coupe Nicolas

That flow of body lines on the back is mesmerizing.
28d
By: Flanker
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: I definitely agree your comments Nicolas

As I mentioned in one of the former posts, I still regret the time that I did not buy one of these when I had the chance. Now I am looking for a permanent diver but none of the alternatives are as complete in design and satisfying as this one. JLC has to give this line a second life.
1M
By: Flanker
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Automotive: Good decision to switch back to the bimmer.

Driving experience is still the best among its class.
1M
By: Flanker
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