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Rolex: Agreed

This is precisely the reason why I let go of my 39mm Explorer 214270 and got a 36mm Datejust 126200 instead.
5d
By: Boris
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Audemars Piguet: I'm with you, FX

But hey, this is an AP that is not that 15202 and that I actually like. Who knew?
10d
By: Boris
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Horological Meandering: Thank you for yours and your wife's service

I have family in the UK, and it's good to know that the NHS is fully mobilized. As for Rolex, judging from what I have seen (or not) on the shelves of their distributors since 2017, it feels like they had already shut down 3 years ago.
18d
By: Boris
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A. Lange & Söhne: I chose the 1815 Up / Down

The Saxonia Moonphase is fantastic, but I thought the dimensions of 40mm made it wear a bit too large for a dress watch.
19d
By: Boris
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Rolex: The colors of the bezel on the current production are infinitely better than when that model came out

I couldn’t stand the “bubble gum” tones of the original model, and I am quite happy that Rolex corrected them by going for darker hues. It’s an extremely attractive watch, and the only one I would get in the entire Professional line at present.
30d
By: Boris
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Audemars Piguet: I much, much prefer the 15300

Looks much better on my 17.5cm wrist.
1M
By: Boris
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Seiko: All 3 are great watches

And all 3 are too big and thick.
1M
By: Boris
1

Glashütte Original: This is what I see every day when I go for lunch

I very much like the 1969 on rubber strap. Awesome proportions.
1M
By: Boris
2