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Patek Philippe: My 7234 says hello

It’s keeping me entertained while waiting for my son’s tennis lesson
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By: SpareTime
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Patek Philippe: Under the radar is key

And I love the more classic size
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By: SpareTime
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Patek Philippe: Love the 5320!

Mine is actually a 3941G
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By: SpareTime
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Patek Philippe: The Monday to Thursday Office Watch

As close to a daily wearer as I’m ever going to get. Fridays get more casual and more varied. What’s your go to office watch?
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By: SpareTime
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Patek Philippe: 3970

I’m actually partial to the 3970 over the 5970. Clearly in the minority on that one. Not sure I’d call it a grail or exit watch, but definitely feels aspirational.
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By: SpareTime
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Patek Philippe: Great photos

Curious your decision to put it on a deployant clasp? Did you size up to 16 mm or stick with 14 mm? I have an 18x16 mm strap on mine right now. Have debated ordering the 16 mm version of the buckle that comes with the watch.
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By: SpareTime
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Rolex: Enjoy your visit

I wouldn’t worry too much about it. Midtown at night is not the best place to be wearing something flashy, but you’d be fine in other (more residential) parts of Manhattan. It is surprising that this happened on 60th/mad though. It’s a busy block with three high end restaurants. Still, I’d say this
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By: SpareTime
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Patek Philippe: What about a World Time?

A quintessential Patek complication that can really span casual to formal.
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By: SpareTime
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Patek Philippe: Great reference

I wear a 3941G from 1989 most work days. It’s a great daily wearer assuming a slightly more formal environment. And it’s an inconspicuous piece so it doesn’t attract attention. Pricing is clearly highest for the first series, but I think the second and third series are equally appealing to the eye.
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By: SpareTime
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