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Independents: Agreed. Not many foudroyante watches on the market nowadays.

Not to mention one that is well made, and decently sized.
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By: chk
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Independents: Oh Nice! Have you been wearing the foudroyante for a while?

And do you like how it wears? Happy New Year
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By: chk
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A. Lange & Söhne: Having tried one on at the boutique

I can say its "weight" is really good. But if possible, try before you buy!
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By: chk
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Rolex: Yes there are excellent reasons for supporting a 40mm+ case!

Some dials breathe better with air / space. I appreciate this review!
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By: chk
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A. Lange & Söhne: Yes!

Now that the wife has something more fashionable than the Lange 1 to wear, I get to enjoy this beauty (on a masculine barenia strap.)
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By: chk
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A. Lange & Söhne: Ooo, the FPJ split seconds in Rose gold...

Super. Sometimes the watch movement gets so complicated that its dial design is compromised. (I think the Patek 5204 is an example, compared to Patek's own 5370, say.) But not in FPJ's example. Hence the brilliance. Besides this FPJ, I struggle to think of many BEAUTIFUL dials that incorporate split
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By: chk
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