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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Ups, the dial gave me a brainfart. :D

Would you sell it?
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Holly, what a beautiful vintage pilot! :o

How much do they charge for this usually?
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Audemars Piguet: Funny how you mostly publish post of watches where the first thing i think of is: "look how they used to be and what they became."

I know it's lame to say the past was better but look... watches became too mainstream and we can see how it affects some of the most prestigous watchmakers in a negative way.
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Photography: Fantastic picture.

One of my favorite cities.
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Patek Philippe: I love it! My favorite perpetual calendar.

Maybe some time I can afford such piece.
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Independents: A beautiful watch! [nt]

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Breguet: As I mentioned previously, I really like this collection but...

...these lugs are a huge turn-off!
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Horological Meandering: I feel with you but you don't do it better. The Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial is the actual model that should be compared to the Submariner.

The Planet Ocean as competitor for the Sea-Dweller and the Overseas 2000V as competitor for the Nautilus 5711 and Royal Oak 15202. Also the A. Lange 1815 as competitor for the 5170... just a few examples.
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Girard Perregaux: Fabulous! [nt]

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