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Independents: Amazing adventure and a barn burner of horology!

This really makes me to rethink and avoid the grey market once and buy a watch at retail. Sadly I can't afford it yet but luckily he still has a long way to go... so, one day maybe.
4h
By: Pour le Mérite
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Blancpain: Nicholas, you’re such an important asset here!

Your widely diversified taste is of great value. Sad that you let it go, such a fantastic piece. I crave for a new iteration on this... or if not, to find one in very good condition.
16h
By: Pour le Mérite
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Breguet: I fully understand your thought...

... but I dislike it if a manufacturer doesn’t follow any golden thread in that matter and equips here and there whatever they feel like. Of course I want the newest then. Either they should equip all models, none or only showcase models for their technical advancement like the Classique Chronometri
16h
By: Pour le Mérite
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Breguet: I feel with you on the Classique 5177 and it's interrupting date window and their decision on the Ginza Edition.

Personally I find the 5177 the best simple dress watch they have to offer but this date window makes me cry... It's moderately sized with a movement that matches the case, a second hand that eliminates the dials emptiness and is also technical up to date with not just the hairspring being in silicon
1d
By: Pour le Mérite
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Horological Meandering: This is exactly how the two should be!

Royal Oak for simplicity and Nautilus for something more busy. Great pair!
2d
By: Pour le Mérite
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Blancpain: The 50th Anniversary Series looks so much better!

The Mil-Spec looks like crap compared to his older brother.
8d
By: Pour le Mérite
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