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Patek Philippe: Cuffs

It's an option on shirts at a store in Beverly Hills. I believe they request the cuff modification from their factory in Italy. I think this option is better than what Agnelli did because you do not need to adjust the bracelet or deployant size if you want to wear it normally versus using this, and
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By: JBB
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Patek Philippe: Shirt for watch enthusiasts

I thought this was a neat shirt design for thicker watches.
1M
By: JBB
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Ulysse Nardin: Great one

I have an even earlier model with baton markers and standard hands. Good looking watch, keeps excellent time, easy to set, and a great travel watch.
2M
By: JBB
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Patek Philippe: Like it

This watch definitely has a lot of character. I was once told that "Gondolo" refers to a South American dealer of Patek, not any reference to Venice, etc.
8M
By: JBB
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Patek Philippe: I've got them

Got three of them, one from when it was really easy to get (3710), and the 5711/1A and 1R from my dealer…but their response to this one is "it's very hard to get".
11M
By: JBB
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Patek Philippe: Congratulations

That watch is very hard to get. I have wanted one. Is this the same dealer that tried to shake you down (other recent thread)? If so, they're treating you well now.
11M
By: JBB
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Patek Philippe: Customs

Many countries now electronically notify US customs when one applies for the VAT refund when departing the foreign airport. I don’t know if Hong Kong has VAT or is one of them (France definitely is). It can make for awkward or worse moments entering US customs. This has happened at SFO.
1Y
By: JBB
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Patek Philippe: Not for sale means…

Personally I decode this message as "we're not for sale…unless you offer an obscene amount of money".
1Y
By: JBB
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