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Rolex: I love this;

The silver BB is my favourite of Tudor’s releases and I’m hoping to have one soon. Tudor have done a much better job than Rolex this year IMHO.
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By: DDM
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Rolex: Thanks all for the kind comments.

Lusted after this particular dial variant and in the flesh it does not disappoint.
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By: DDM
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Rolex: Thanks!

Found the serial number and luckily it even matches the card! It would have taken me a while to find that!!
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By: DDM
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Rolex: My first Rolex.

I was drawn in by the stunning dial colour and elegance of this OP. It’s a ‘20 watch and unworn and still stickered although has been sized. I have 2 spare links and as is fits my 6.5 inch wrist. I’m wondering though if I have all the links that would have come with the watch, would anyone know? I c
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By: DDM
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Patek Philippe: Correct Sir...!

5134P and 5119G to date. Although that’d be something of a step up. Definitely on my grail shortlist ❤️
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By: DDM
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Patek Philippe: I absolutely adore this stunning piece.

I would love to own this one day. Just gorgeous and perfect!
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By: DDM
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Patek Philippe: Fantastic!

Lovely to read this history and see a stunning collection. Thanks to all involved for sharing and will look forward to further instalments!
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By: DDM
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Rolex: Tudor North Flag;

Evening folks. Although a Rolex section I see some Tudors posted so hope it’s ok to do so. Although I’m hoping to have my first Rolex soon, this post is about the watch that gets most of my wrist time of late. The North Flag seems something of a marmite design. But in a sea of Black Bays and Pelagos
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By: DDM
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Patek Philippe: A 5919 I think?

I was thinking of getting a different colour strap for mine. This looks surprisingly good - you’ve given me some inspiration. Totally changes the look. Love it 👍🏼
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By: DDM
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Patek Philippe: 🙏🏼

Thank you Sir
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By: DDM
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