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Patek Philippe: Beats me

That AP dial did degrade further 18 months later after I sold it. The new owner took it into the service center and scoffed at their quote to open the case, and promptly left with his untouched piece!
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Patek Philippe: Condition is important

I liked my full set and crisp case, though I picked the dial for its longer markers. But then I decided the 3800 served my needs. Now I do wish I kept the 14790 as well.
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By: Mark
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Patek Philippe: Wear what you want

Had a 5711 a number of years ago, and it was nice. I wish I could have ended as a one-watch collector. But then I saw a 37.5mm 3800 and wondered how that wore. I fell in love immediately. Same thing with an AP where I preferred the 36mm 14790 to the larger current model. The point is that if you are
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Photography: Thanks for the photos!

More if you have any!
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By: Mark
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Seiko: That’s a lovely piece!

Light as a feather.
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Seiko: SCQZ002

The 2000 reissue of the first quartz watch that started the quartz revolution/crisis. It's my first quartz too. I know others in this forum also have the original 35SQ as well as this reference. Does anyone have the SBXD002 though?
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By: Mark
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Horological Meandering: Indochina 2019

INDOCHINA For a number of years now I have gone to Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam for work, specifically to Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh City. These are wonderful cities to jump in for a few days, connect with the work and people, and explore with the tiny slices of available time in betwee
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By: Mark
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Seiko: SLA033 in Indochina

Will be posting about these journeys later today, but I thought I would show some photos of my one watch for these trips: CAMBODIA MYANMAR LAOS
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By: Mark
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