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Seiko: How does it wear on a NATO?

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By: kkochheiser
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Omega: Just my opinion and experience…

And I’m sure others will have good reasons to disagree. I chose the Hesalite version, actually 3 times. One vintage 145.022, the prior version and the new one. I also have had several other plexi crystal watches for many years with no problems that a little Polywatch wouldn’t clear up. I have had, h
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By: kkochheiser
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Breguet: Wow!

It has been a long time since I’ve seen one of these beauties! I think Geo may have posted one on his site years ago. Amazing, and if one ever crossed my path I’d have to find a way… Congratulations on a grail from 17 years ago! Kent
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By: kkochheiser
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Seiko: Beautiful!

My wife got me the blue version (SBGE 255) for my birthday and it is a great travel watch and sports watch with 200m of water resistance. I know you’ll enjoy the heck out of it! Kent
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By: kkochheiser
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Automotive: In terms of continuous improvement in design...

Time seems to be running in reverse! If you compare the 2020's to the 1950's anyway. JMHO, of course. Kent
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By: kkochheiser
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Seiko: Enjoy!

I know you will. A very satisfying watch to wear and to examine closely. Mine is also very accurate. Kent
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By: kkochheiser
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IWC: The Jubilee is definitely more "budget friendly"!

Mine is one of my very favorites. Kent
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By: kkochheiser
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IWC: I especially love this first iteration...

With the classic script on the dial. Kent
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By: kkochheiser
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Officine Panerai: I have been fascinated by the 375 since I saw Sergio's post a while back.

Someday one will pass in front of me and I'll snap it up! Simply superb. Kent
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By: kkochheiser
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Rolex: Hey, you’re right!

The perfect one watch collection?
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By: kkochheiser
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