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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Red Watches....hmmm...do I need it?

No, I don't need it. But I want it. The burgundy sunburst is very beautiful. The size is a bit too big for a rectangular watch on my skinny wrist. I wonder, how it would look with black strap ...make it more discreet and top-down it a bit. Looking forward to see more Reverso in the future, especiall
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By: hoseachandra
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Horological Meandering: My ideal size regarding type of watch :

Sport (e.g., submariner, planet ocean, etc) : 40-42 Casual (oyster perpetual, datejust, globemaster, pilot watches, etc) : 37-40 Classic dress watch (lange saxonia, omega deville, rolex cellini, etc) : 35-38 Rectangular and square watches : Lug to lug maximum 44 mm.
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By: hoseachandra
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Rolex: Yes. 38 mm DJ will be a killer and great alternatives to OP39.

39 mm is a bit too large and the OP (I guess) will never come with jubilee
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By: hoseachandra
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Rolex: Dang! I need one....

Tortured between this and Sub non-date. The DJ has new movement but the case is all polished. The sub has brushed finish but old movement, but I like non-date... Enjoy your new DJ. Here is not available yet. But sure it is a beautiful watch
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By: hoseachandra
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Horological Meandering: Ideal size is a very variable factor that involves many aspects,

Not just wrist size, but also wrist shape (flat wrist accommodates larger watch better), height of the person, fat/skinny, and of course, the occasion and suits when the watch being worn, as mentioned in the survey. The best thing for watch brands if they can provide many sizes to cater as many peop
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By: hoseachandra
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Rolex: Beautiful datejust...rare dial also.

Oh how I miss the days when a datejust has brushed finish on the lugs
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By: hoseachandra
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Horological Meandering: Very interesting watches you have there

You have great and distinct taste.
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By: hoseachandra
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Horological Meandering: That LW is awesome, never saw it before.

What is the second and third watch? Almost pulled trigger for the Seiko Presage enamel dial 2 years ago.. Great watch and tons of value for money. Hope you get a fantastic vacation. Thanks
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By: hoseachandra
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Horological Meandering: Lovely watch, JR. The champagne dial was very popular in the 70-90's

Especially with 36 mm size, it is perfect and show class. My favourite is the DD in yellow gold with green dial....someday.... Thanks for showing.
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By: hoseachandra
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