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Independents: Very hard to beat the Remontoire, especially with a Kari dial.

My favorites were probably the guilloche + enamel combo dials.
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By: jleno
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Independents: Congratulations, a great looking Parmigiani!

I'd be curious if you have any thoughts on how it compares to others in the steel sports watch category.
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By: jleno
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Independents: Completely agree that Urwerk has a lot of variety and creativity, especially compared to most brands.

Some quick thoughts... Positives: I'm a big fan of the satellite displays and the overall military weapon look of most Urwerk's pieces. I think I've read before on this forum that their customer service is supposed to be top-notch, a big plus for me. Negatives: Never tried one on, but I'm almost cer
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By: jleno
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Audemars Piguet: Just to explain this in a bit more detail....

When people talk about machine finishing, what they're typically referring to is the anglage on the bridges. Machine finished anglage will often look flat and may have slight vertical striations visible left over from the machining process. What you ideally want to see for hand-finishing are round,
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By: jleno
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Omega: Congratulations, Justin!

Love the backside view on this Speedmaster!
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By: jleno
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Rolex: On a per ounce basis, gold is currently more than double the price of platinum

So platinum would need to be nearly twice as dense as gold to be worth as much by volume.
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By: jleno
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Rolex: Only slightly more durable from my understanding

Regardless, it may be difficult for me to swallow the 20k difference between a platinum and gold day date when the total precious metal content of the gold version is worth more
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By: jleno
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