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Audemars Piguet: Apologies if this is slightly off topic but...

how on earth you managed to loose weight during the last year is beyond me! I've had to re-introduce links! Having lived in the Khaleej/ ME region for some time, i'm always a bit iffy about using locally approved centers. I always feel comfortable having it sent back to the manufacture- Are you not
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Rolex: Many thanks

I am not a fanboy by any means, if I like a watch I will go for it regardless of the brand. I do find it unfair when ppl accuse Rolex of not taking risks. Yes, most of what they do is pretty safe, but most of the times when they dare to break the mold a bit, they more or less get it right. It's all
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Food & Wine: 5

As has been pointed out by many, the number of '5s' is a bit too much, but kudos to the crown for being daring.
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A. Lange & Söhne: Drool!

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Rolex: Oh my, I actually thought they were two different pieces (one being the black dial)!!!

Thats the thing with the Z-Blue, it dances with the light.
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Rolex: Fabulous dial!!!

As chance would have it, I finally bagged a 2015 Z-Blue 116400 around a week ago. It's still also telling great time. As you say, it's nice to see these being loved. Enjoy!
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TimeOut: The door handle and table will require you to wear a Roland Iten belt buckle!

Probably the most over engineered belt buckle, but i'd wear one!
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Breguet: I don't think the Type XX can get any better.

How do you find the heft of the case in Pt? I suppose on a strap it's too overbearing?
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Girard Perregaux: Such a lovely watch.

Absolutely love GP, but i had to pass on a the same piece as the L2L size was just too much for my weedy wrists. Such a shame.
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