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Officine Panerai: The return of the Volcano Visuals

If Panerai offered that Mare Nostrum anywhere between 40mm - 42mm it would sell like a Daytona. I applaud them for sticking to the historical size, but 52mm is let's just say...nuts
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By: reintitan - Mr. Roboto
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Rolex: This is one of only two new watches @ this year's Baselworld that I'm probably going to buy

I really like the design. Weird, for sure. Looks good though in a non-classical beauty way. The 12-hour bezel makes sense in that at the time (late 60s and early 70s) US military issued watches included the Benrus Type I and Type II Class A dive watches with their 12-hour acrylic bezel inserts. Thes
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By: reintitan - Mr. Roboto
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Horological Meandering: We must have similar tastes as I feel the same

and would love to have been able to afford the Gronefeld LE. It's an ultimate stealth watch hiding an horological powerhouse, a "wolf in sheep's clothing". I love that.
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By: reintitan - Mr. Roboto
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Horological Meandering: Thanks keks

I echo that and hope IWC use Ceratanium on more watches. Currently it's used on only two watches: this one and the $15k Top Gun Doppel Chrono.
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By: reintitan - Mr. Roboto
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Horological Meandering: Thanks Sham

I think at 39mm it is smaller than the 40mm of the regular production "Mark XVIII" plus the all black case makes it look slimmer.
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By: reintitan - Mr. Roboto
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Horological Meandering: I cannot deny it :-) [nt]

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By: reintitan - Mr. Roboto
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Horological Meandering: Not another Baselworld release

IWCパイロットウォッチマークXVIIIエディション「ホーディンキー」
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By: reintitan - Mr. Roboto
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Photography: Bangkok?

Hehehe...well there are a lot of German tourists there
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By: reintitan - Mr. Roboto
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