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Audemars Piguet: It has lost all the charm of the original star wheel

A Whimsical complication deserves a romantic design and case. The CODE is certainly not that. For me, this is a fail.
1h
By: MZHammer
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Breguet: Congrats!

Mine says hi!
9d
By: MZHammer
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Omega: Very lovely

To my eyes that actually looks like it wears borderline too large! But YMMV
9d
By: MZHammer
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Horological Meandering: Cartier Tank hands down

Its been around longer, unbroken in lineage, is more historically important, and has significantly more iterations that give each owner their own flavor. And they wear much more svelte than a Reverso, even if you want a reversing feature.
10d
By: MZHammer
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Patek Philippe: I'm in total agreement

I adore the 3970. If I had that level to invest in a watch it would be the frontrunner
20d
By: MZHammer
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TimeOut: Looks like where I was in SD the other week

Also took along the Sub.
25d
By: MZHammer
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Rolex: Field watch

A nice trip in South Dakota.
1M
By: MZHammer
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Hublot: With how gigantic and bulky Hublots are

I don't think its fair to call them a delicate product. They should be able to survive the dings that their size naturally brings on them. I smash my Sub and Panerai on stuff significantly more often than my RL slim.
1M
By: MZHammer
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