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Rolex: This doesn’t fit your description...

But I think this is a reference that gets lost in the shuffle and just offering this as a relatively inexpensive winner! It has become my favorite watch, and I have some nice ones. Cheers Drew
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Patek Philippe: I am not a watch expert...

But I know what I like, and that watch you are wearing is maybe the most pure and aesthetically pleasing piece I have ever seen. I have a Patek 5135 which I love and I've seen a number of Calatravas that always catch my eye due to their simplicity, which I typically am attracted to. But the referenc
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Officine Panerai: I think I would Prefer the 42mm version...

So long as everything else was the same. I will have to look into it. Cheers Drew
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Rolex: I have some very nice watches...

A couple Rolex, Glashutte , Patek. But If I were forced to live with just one (oh, the horror!) I think it would be this under-loved gem. Checks all the boxes for me. It is a joy to wear. Cheers Drew
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By: Watch_This
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Officine Panerai: I thought I was happy with my watch inventory...

Until I saw this. Beautiful! Not too big, gorgeous, IMO. Photo taken from Instagram.
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Rolex: Pics Didn’t upload

Trying again...
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Rolex: Beautiful!

I like all variants of this reference. Here’s mine:
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Omega: I ended up going with its cousin...

Both are great looking time pieces:
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Rolex: I may still be in the honeymoon phase with mine...

But I sometimes have a hard time wearing anything but my YM. How these aren’t more widely coveted is beyond me. Cheers Drew
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Patek Philippe: Agree totally.

Right one is Less cluttered, which I typically I prefer. Less is more. Both are beautiful Cheers Drew
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