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WristScan: Ahhh... late to my own party

Considering the competition I was pretty confident to not even make the short list. So actually winning totally caught me by surprise! Thank you very much, cazalea, for picking my photo among the many top notch entries!
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By: saso
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WristScan: A scientist's choice

Milgauss meets Hououin Kyouma
16d
By: saso
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A. Lange & Söhne: Some subcribers already received the next issue of "Chronos" this week

The regular publishing date is Wednesday next week. So that would have been okay with the press embargo. I could post a picture but I am not sure with the copyright.
1M
By: saso
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A. Lange & Söhne: White gold version of the Day Date Odysseus on rubber and with a grey dial

It has been already been published in a German watch magazine.
1M
By: saso
1

F.P. Journe: I am a chrono head...

... so I really love my Centigraphe, which I personally consider one of the big three modern simple manual-wind chronographs. The other ones being of course the Dato and the 5170/-72. But my next Journe buy would be a CO as well.
2M
By: saso
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F.P. Journe: The Centi is a vertical clutch chronograph

So the chrono mechanism is hidden on the dial side anyway. Still does not fully explain the massive bridges though. Maybe stability?
2M
By: saso
2

Independents: It does have some presence on the wrist

But I think that it wears true to size. Might be 41mm across the case but it is also just 47mm from lug to lug. Fits my 17,4cm wrist rather well.
2M
By: saso
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