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Patek Philippe: A beautiful beginning!

Can’t wait for the encore!
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By: Nicetomeetyou
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Patek Philippe: I remember in 2015-2016 being in 1-2 ADs that actually had almost the entire range of Nautilus available for purchase.

At that time, I had the chance to compare the 5980 to it’s thinner siblings 5711-12. The 5980 definitely feels more like a sports watch. You know it’s there. I would choose the blue for me! The 5711p (non anniversary) would be my pick of the entire range. Electric blue colour and that date with a bo
7d
By: Nicetomeetyou
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Horological Meandering: Congrats!

Love the signature watch and cat shot=)
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By: Nicetomeetyou
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Breguet: =)

1M
By: Nicetomeetyou
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Patek Philippe: Great limited edition. Great pics.

Compared to the original 5053, the applied blackened white hold numerals really pop. If they erased the date window, this would be a grail watch for me. That aside, I like that they moved it from the 6 to the 3 position.
1M
By: Nicetomeetyou
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Blancpain: The ostrich colour-way matches well.

This watch was made for a nato though.
1M
By: Nicetomeetyou
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Breguet: This limited edition is stellar!

Would applied or printed indices would be the way to go?
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By: Nicetomeetyou
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: I agree with the comment on the hands.

But I appreciate what JLC was trying to do. Taking a vintage concept and making it contemporary. With skeletonized hands and bright blue accents — No one will think these are vintage watches. The Patek and Longine’s are firmly looking behind. In the case of the Longines heritage sector, my pick here
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By: Nicetomeetyou
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