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Horological Meandering: Have a look at Loupe Systems – they‘re the horological benchmark.

Anyway, with loupes you barely see any flaws or perfections. Justice is done only with a macro lens.
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Girard Perregaux: The overall finishing is on par with the Nautilus...

...though the bracelet bevels are not as grandly as the pictures suggest. That obviously doesn’t diminish the quality per se, it makes it cheaper in appearance.
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Independents: This is sick! Enjoy!

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Horological Meandering: Not so clueless I guess. The kind of collector I appreciate.

Normally I’m very uncertain about so-called enthusiasts owning Rolexes. Whenever I spot some different splashes I’m very certain he’s an enthusiast.
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A. Lange & Söhne: Zeitwert. Though both are gorgeous, the Zeitwerk is an image for what A. Lange represents.

To make your Lange collection more rounded and complete I’d suggest to switch the Darth for a Datograph. Exit.
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Patek Philippe: There is no improvement. Its the deviation which carries on their back for some time. Some batches are good, some are bad.

Also the finishing has to be exposed under a lens. Loupes don’t show much detail. You want great excellent finishing? Take a look at those of $400,000 upwards, like 5078, 5531, 5372 and so on.
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F.P. Journe: Today you can directly order from most OEMs and customise to your need and fit.

Camille Fournet, Kaufmann, Hirsch, ABP, Jean Rousseau.
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