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Horological Meandering: Good! I'm glad this is settled!

Coming so late to the party I can only offer that I was immediately struck by the Omega. A diver, yet quite at home at the roulette table. (You were planning numerous evenings at the casino, were you not?) And I agree with fewer scratch worries; the practicality of a bezel timer…even the frustration
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By: halgedahl
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A. Lange & Söhne: You're on the right track. The older dial has the edge on color.

And for any who really care, will "go" with a greater variety of clothing. I simply think the darker blue makes a more serious statement. Next to it, the light blue looks like a "party" watch. FH
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By: halgedahl
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Horological Meandering: Ooooo…

Those open syringe hands! Yes, yes. Definitely one to have grabbed. But let us not neglect to compliment your peerless photography—spectacular, as always. FH
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By: halgedahl
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Seiko: Thank you, Mike! And little wonder you couldn't wait! Gad!

I especially love the skeleton's "shooting star" bridges so obvious from the open back. Whoa… But it is the other watch that is more my cup of tea. And to understand the rarity of the movement, etc., etc. a real pleasure. Those little dots around the base of the bezel… Somehow they work for me. And
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By: halgedahl
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