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Ulysse Nardin: A very beautiful city

Can run quite expensive sometimes though............ You have a fine taste in watches Nicolas, I can say that for sure.
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By: MNG
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Ulysse Nardin: A charming watch, very nice indeed.......

I never really got the vintage watch thing, but this is a splendid watch of great charm, whatever it’s age, and I can see in this case how the vintage aspect adds to it appeal. It certainly seems to wear much bigger than it measures, but still too small for my wrist. Fortunately.
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By: MNG
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Ulysse Nardin: Thank you - I am learning at your prompting :)

It was quite a challenge, but I learnt a lot. I made it harder for myself because I like to see movement in the balance wheel, but not the escapement, which I discovered really narrows options down quite a bit. As an experienced guy, you might be amused at some of my other findings. 1) Make sure tha
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Ulysse Nardin: Hmmmm......

I take your point, maybe a half brother then? Definitely not a step brother for sure. I prefer my BC for me, but I like the Freak X and can see reasons why some may prefer it to a full fat Freak - cheaper, lighter, self winding for starters.
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By: MNG
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Ulysse Nardin: It is indeed, as you know very well ;)

Here are some more snaps then anyway - why not?
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By: MNG
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Ulysse Nardin: Yes, they are a real eye catching aspect

They change colour before your eyes, it's weird. I haven't seen a watch that changes identity so much with moving light. They maybe should have named it Chameleon.
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