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Rolex: The Rolex Business model..

With all these colourful options and increasing cases sizes have we seen the death of Rolex conservatism and the beginning of a gradual morph into Omega? Furthermore with the New Kermit edition is it yet another sign after the WG to SS Pepsi and PM to SS SkyDweller move that nothing is sacred there
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By: Onemorewatch
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Omega: One of the best looking seamasters IMO

A little too large for my liking I gave my LNIB to my son who claims it’s very often admired and a great talking piece. The sword hands are exceptional, reminds me of my all time favourite the 165:024
2M
By: Onemorewatch
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Horological Meandering: Very nice pick up!

I completely agree with your comments regards the lack of real quality market offerings and have often looked at the Bosphorus range. That saiid my collection is no longer large enough to justify the big briefcase, it’s a pity therefore they don’t do smaller attaché type cases that could slot into a
2M
By: Onemorewatch
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: If I could only own one JLC...

It would be the DSA
3M
By: Onemorewatch
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Patek Philippe: Nice pair - I love the Travel time function -

Which is your preference?
5M
By: Onemorewatch
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Horological Meandering: Great pics - Makes me miss home

I don’t miss the great skies however. Super watch BTW
6M
By: Onemorewatch
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Horological Meandering: It’s a Ventus Mori Diver

SEIKO Movement bronze case. If I recall correctly it was around $200 and purchased in 2017. The company went in to make various different models in Gunmetal and Steel. Back then the watch came with a canvas roll and 3 different straps. A cool case back with a vintage divers helmet the watch and beze
6M
By: Onemorewatch
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Horological Meandering: Trying to distract myself from the worlds challenges - Buying experience

I watched a Micheal Blakey video the other day about a Reseller in NYC and it got me to thinking about the often overlooked “experience” when buying luxury goods. In recalling an older Jean Claude Biver interview I recall him talking about the experience and how in the early days it was all about th
6M
By: Onemorewatch
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Seiko: If not mistaken he bought it around 1975.

He says it keeps good time and whilst I’m horrified at the thought he would go anywhere near water with it he did dive last year whilst wearing it. 45 years and still going strong, along with the same original strap is quite the achievement
6M
By: Onemorewatch
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