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Rolex: And a 16808 a personal favourite of mine.

Mainly due to the nipples. M.
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By: Miles_151
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Rolex: Transitionals rock.

Cool watch Enjoy. M.
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By: Miles_151
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Rolex: Agreed Jim.

And for me it was more noticeable when you have them in your hands at the same time. In fact I had all 3 including the full diamond pave dial in my hands at the same time and my eyes were consistently drawn to the brown sub dial version. And for me my eyes make my decisions much to my wallets disgus
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By: Miles_151
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Rolex: That is good to hear my friend.

And you are not on your own. More and more collectors that I speak to are spending more time with independent watch makers and getting a bit sick of the Rolex etc latest must haves. My problem is that they just don’t do it for my like the big 2. M.
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By: Miles_151
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Rolex: She has good taste also.

By the 50th Anniversary one she is wearing. Cool find. M.
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By: Miles_151
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Patek Philippe: Huge congratulations V.

Exquisite hand crafts. Only Patek can master this. Enjoy your wonderful rare new baby. M.
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By: Miles_151
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Rolex: No Joke about this watch.

Great shot of a extremely cool Un Rolex like Rolex. Enjoy. M.
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By: Miles_151
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Rolex: Yes great topic.

Shall you begin ? 🤗 M.
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By: Miles_151
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Rolex: Yes like so many things in life we come to appreciate with time.

Having been lucky enough to have both dial versions in my hands at the same time of their launch I just let me eyes do their normal decision making for me. But both are wonderful and for me it was just so important to own a 50th Anniversary Daytona as it is this model which ignited my love and passi
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