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Glashütte Original: Dear Tony,

We all owe you a debt of thanks for this post—a comprehensive exploration of a truly great timepiece. For me, a grail of grails. There are lots of ways t spend one's hard-earned cash, or inherited wealth, as the case may be. But putting aside for a moment high complications, or the romance of largel
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By: halgedahl
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Horological Meandering: Love the U1, and that strap really makes it. Yes, the rising or setting sun calls attention to our world in unique ways. For a few moments we forget conflict, pestilence…

All is still, and the perfection of the arbitrary (as opposed to our horological obsession with order) shows its superiority. I hear you! FH
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By: halgedahl
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Food & Wine: I think instead of cooking dinner this evening I'll just pull up your post and gaze longingly… Oi!

I have a good friend who was reared on the other side of the mountains there, and every time it rains, she says, a smile lights up her face! Thanks for posting! FH
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By: halgedahl
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Seiko: Kick myself every time I tihnk I could have bought this below market before it actually hit the stores! But I dithered because I couldn't see it in the flesh. When I subsequently

saw it at an AD it looked soooo good—even better than anticipated, For the dial was much more subtle than I had been able to imagine, since most photos emphasize the pinwheel effect. Ah, well… I agree with everyone else, never give up. They turn up now and again. And many who were initially taken wi
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By: halgedahl
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Food & Wine: "I made broccoli too but that's boring in a photo."

Well, now… that depends on the photo. HA! This is cheating, I know, but all in fun, eh? Perhaps I could update me avatar? FH
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By: halgedahl
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