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Independents: Follow your heart

I'm a bit torn on this as well as I have a watch with a platinum bezel and it's only a matter of time before it gets a nasty ding. I'd like to think i'd be ok with it as a "battle scar", and while that might be true, I also have the type of personality that might lose sleep over it. So IMHO, i'd sen
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Rolex: That's a tough question

I recently purchased the blue dial YM and of course, prior to buying I went on a hunt online to read about it as much as I could. Across forums I saw a handful of people regret selling their YMs often saying it was their most comfortable watch and had something special about it. I'm not saying you s
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Audemars Piguet: Good question

And to be fair, design a new dial is HARD so maybe I’m being a bit too hard.
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Agreed

It’s also my most accurate watch, beating out my 2021 Yacht-Master!
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By: rgabrielsoto
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: 100% agreed

Would def outsell the Polaris
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Food & Wine: Thanks for posting and sharing!

Love Alinea and what an experience!
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By: rgabrielsoto
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: I really miss the more adventerous side of JLC

I've been mildly obsessed with the Master Compressor era of JLC every since I bought my MC GMT. They really invested a lot of time, and money into this era and i'm so bummed they went the more traditional route. Anyways I found two interesting articles on this era below: web.archive.org The
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By: rgabrielsoto
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Seiko: What model is this?

I'm assuming it's some kind of Alpinist, but I havent seen this model before!
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By: rgabrielsoto
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Audemars Piguet: Not impressed (with the design)

The build quality, technical nature of the watch, and the movement are all impeccable but IMHO the "less is more" design strategy here has missed the mark.
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: It’s gorgeous

Enjoy!
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