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Horological Meandering: In a way, I think the market has created a self-inflicted wound to some extent.

I will speak of my own experience here because I’ve also spoken to many others with similar experiences. Over the years my tastes and desires for watches have changed a lot. In the past, I also tended to let my gut reaction dictate the way more than I do now. I didn’t have an unlimited watch budget
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Rolex: Thank you!

That looks great, too!👍. I love that Deep Sea.
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Rolex: Thank you. It’s textured silicon.

I love the look with the bracelet, but I find this to be a nice alternative.
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Rolex: Congratulations! It’s a great watch. I love the symmetry of it.

It seems to be a no-date kind of day.
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Patek Philippe: We’re at a point now where whenever a piece is available some people are using that as a reason to disparage the reference - since it is available it must not be any good.

Then that same person will disparage the brand for “playing games” with other pieces that are unavailable. It’s just ridiculous. Of course, this dynamic allows some of us to take advantage of the availability of great pieces that the market is currently overlooking. I do get tired of hearing both of
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Patek Philippe: Cool picture and great 5170!

Mine says hello 👋
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