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Independents: Really don't get this!

Hi all, I thought the whole point and reason for adding a Tourbillion to a watch movement was to improve the accuracy and then to show off the art and craftmanship of the watch maker. Achieving and I quote " observed accuracy has been good, average 8 seconds a day or so" falls so far short of showin
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By: marcobermann
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Omega: My DSOM Apollo 8 for Speedy Tuesday

Hi all this watch seems to take most of the wrist time of late and with good reason IMHO. As Chronometer asked it is also a racing dial speedy as well as being ultra modern with the ceramic case and yet harks back to the original speedy with its manual wound movement. It is also unlike any other Spe
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By: marcobermann
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Omega: Not just for Speedy Tuesday as I find this one on my wrist more and more.

Hi all So here it is my personal favourite Speedy the DSOT Apollo 8 with IMHO the best mix of old and new firstly by using a highly modified 1861 movement that becomes the 1869 and maintains its slim profile in doing so. Then you get the most up to date and modern use of ceramic for the case, pusher
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By: marcobermann
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Automotive: This raises a question?

Hi all, Seeing as F1 has always been hailed as the testing ground for new technologies that slowly work their way into our road cars does this mean F1 even has a future at all? If all manufacturers are heading to all EV's much faster than many of us thought why would they continue to spend the milli
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By: marcobermann
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: I prefer the non Memovox version

Hi Amanico, I must admit to checking the non Memovox version more often then is probably healthy and may well add it to my small collection sooner rather than later as my first JLC. Besides the not small price difference between the two versions I also prefer the Black face over the Blue and also th
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By: marcobermann
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Automotive: Not Really

Hi Cpt Scarlet Funny enough service costs with this model was minimal as it spent so much time back at Aston Martin being fixed they hardly did any mileage so didn't really need servicing at all just constantly being fixed. We had a friend of the family that proudly bought on of the first ones in th
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By: marcobermann
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Food & Wine: I have an idea but!!

As I said I have an idea of a few people to send this to all wrapped nicely and wishing them all the best but I fear if I should name them I may get myself into more than a little bit of trouble so I won't. Marc
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By: marcobermann
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Omega: Apollo 8 Dark Side of the Moon for another Speedy Tuesday

Hi all, A watch that has quickly become my go to nearly everyday as never find looking at the dial boring. Marc
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By: marcobermann
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Bulgari: A double nope for me

Besides the green hands disappearing into the dial why would anyone want LONDON LIMITED EDITION spoiling the view of the movement seems really counter productive to having a beautiful movement and see through case back to me. I really am beginning to find all these LTD edition for stores to hype exc
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By: marcobermann
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Omega: A little different in London UK

Hi all, Here in the UK they are not taking deposits and at the Omega Boutique within a larger watch store were I got my Apollo 8 from last year I was speaking to the same consultant that served me with my Apollo 8 and according to her so not really facts from Omega but hearsay. They are not running
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By: marcobermann
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