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Rolex: 16622 is the older model that is most seen, I believe... It is the reference I own...

116622 is the newer model. Primary difference from what I see is the clasp (116622 has micro-adjust), but otherwise virtually identical
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Patek Philippe: Gorgeous! [nt]

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Glashütte Original: I am wearing its cousin

(Though the photo clearly wasn’t taken today)
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Horological Meandering: Perhaps as a general rule...

One should not leave the house with that much jewelry unless it remains on their person... and even then...???
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Rolex: As this post has recently been resurrected..

I thought I would show the restraint I have had in holding off on any purchases for a while /: This thing is beautiful, and it is still a buyer’s market. Cheers Drew
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Rolex: A classic

And my first luxury watch:
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Patek Philippe: funny thing is...

I bought this watch when I still was pretty new to luxury watches. To me, the 5135 was just what a Patek was supposed to look like... in my mind, at least. As soon as I saw it, I knew it was 'the one.' But admittedly, I had not been exposed to this site yet, and had not seen what was 'popular.' I li
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Patek Philippe: The lugs are fine..

The angle of the photo makes it look like the lugs are hanging off my wrist. Below is another shot that is more straight on. It’s a big watch, no doubt, but wears very comfortably.
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Patek Philippe: The forgotten one!

But Not forgotten by me!
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