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Horological Meandering: Just a matter personal preference for me, but I'm not a big fan of the idea of theme collecting

It may lead to redundancy with some watches being fairly similar to each other. Especially for a smaller collection, I'd prefer to have as much diversity as possible with different brands, metals, complications, finishing styles, etc.
18h
By: jleno
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Horological Meandering: Rolex between these two

But change to a MUT moon and then I might choose JLC
4d
By: jleno
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Bulgari: It's an NFT :(

4d
By: jleno
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Horological Meandering: The VC for me

I much prefer the guilloche dial over the hobnail bezel
11d
By: jleno
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Independents: The odd choice of cities is because the ones used do not have daylight savings time.

So this avoids the issue of the watch not showing correct times for half the year. Not something I'd go for myself either, but I'm glad to see MG making original complications regardless.
20d
By: jleno
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Independents: Parmigiani for me

It looks more elegant on the wrist from the pictures, and the complication is a good bonus.
20d
By: jleno
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Independents: Great shots of the movement!

Beautiful as always!
21d
By: jleno
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Independents: Great set!!!

Each very compelling in their own way!
22d
By: jleno
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Independents: Trying to judge finishing is often a bit subjective

Usually the first thing I look at is the anglage. High quality anglage will be wide and rounded, Voutilainen and Ferrier are great examples of this and they both have top quality anglage. Engraving is also difficult to execute, which Grossmann has. Large and/or rounded black polished components are
22d
By: jleno
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