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WristScan: Thanks for the nomination, JML

Congrats to the Count for this wonderful Patek reference.
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By: Boris
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WristScan: Same here, Abel

Mine is in steel too, which objectively is a better material for daily wear than gold and platinum. I actually wear this watch a lot. Much more than I would have the 1815 chronograph I was also considering. The blue strap might give the impression that it is the platinum version, but I could only se
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By: Boris
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Horological Meandering: I am still waiting mine after 4 months

A fully tegimented one on bracelet, with an extra silicone red strap. Really looking forward to getting it.
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By: Boris
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WristScan: Those are fantastic!

Frankly, I am jealous.
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By: Boris
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WristScan: It had to be this one, for obvious reasons

Here on the new strap I just received from Camille Fournet.
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By: Boris
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WristScan: Great details!

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By: Boris
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Rolex: Well, if you turn and look on the other side

You will see the building where I live, in Wong Chuk Hang. Neighbors, so to speak.
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By: Boris
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Rolex: Great picture.

Are you living in Cloudland?
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By: Boris
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Photography: Makes me think of this...

It is said that the inspiration of Munch for his famous painting "The Scream" was the color of the sky, provoked by the massive release of ashes in the sky by the eruption of volcano Krakatoa in the 1880's. The ashes spread all over the stratosphere, and could be seen everywhere across the world. I
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By: Boris
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Rolex: Merci, FX!

Great write up on the OP's. I agree that this is the most momentous introduction from Rolex in years. They must have noticed an erosion of sales with younger generations, and this is an attempt to appeal to a younger audience with "fresh" offerings at the entry point of their range. I'm pretty sure
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By: Boris
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