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Horological Meandering: Wonderful!

That's a very special item. Enjoy it, I’m envious!
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By: kkochheiser
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Horological Meandering: Some pre-Richemont IWC love...

I've recently been enjoying a couple of old loves from the late '90s. IWC was one of the pioneers in making tool watches from Titanium and these, while well used over 20+ years are still running well within COSC standards. Quite a tribute to their ETA-based movements. They still have their original
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By: kkochheiser
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Blancpain: Gorgeous!

Back when dive watches were really tools. Kent
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By: kkochheiser
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Memovox for me...

Although I've been looking at world timers recently, the Polaris doesn't quite do it for me esthetically. I'd prefer the Geophysic Universal Time. Kent
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By: kkochheiser
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Seiko: Very interesting!

Thanks for bringing that up. It looks like a very practical travel watch. Kent
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By: kkochheiser
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Food & Wine: Exactly!

The little girl who lived next door asked if I had a monkey? Pete would ride on my shoulder and I’m sure that’s what it looked like. I miss the boy! By the way, that looks like a wonderful dram! These days I get my best from the Scotch Malt Whisky Society but that looks stunning! I’ve never seen it
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By: kkochheiser
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Food & Wine: Aha!

Years ago I had a Cornish Rex in charcoal named Sneaky Pete. What a wonderful boy! Kent
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By: kkochheiser
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Food & Wine: So where's the photo of Malcolm?

My four would be a lot like yours except for my Bengal Archie. Kent
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By: kkochheiser
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