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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Actually, according to your estimate an 8 hr. autonomy would be sufficient

As you would wear the same watch so infrequently.
3h
By: reintitan
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Horological Meandering: It depends on who is around

Please send me detailed high resolution photographs of the inhabitants of the beach so I can advise you better.
2d
By: reintitan
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TimeOut: Wow RIP

I grew up on that music in the 80s thanks to MTV.
2d
By: reintitan
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Zenith: You know you have a bad design (1st pic) when

it looks like a photoshop parody of a watch...
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By: reintitan
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: I like these quirky watches

JLC seems to have lost some of their horologically innovative mojo lately. Let's hope they get it back and not by adding diamonds to bezels or guilloche on every dial surface!
3d
By: reintitan
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Rolex: Even better solution in the very near future for Rolex ADs

Whenever I visit the Temple St night market in Hong Kong there's always a tiny table or two with a shady looking guy sitting on a cheap folding chair and a binder full of photographs of "AAA Rolex" watches. The ADs could save money on their lease space and electricity by moving to this model for the
3d
By: reintitan
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Officine Panerai: Thanks Ahoi

You and I are both members of the 662 and 721 fan club Do you have a 232?
5d
By: reintitan
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Rolex and Tudor have a great answer to this question

Usually folks change watches or take off watches altogether during the weekend. With the longer PR you can take off the watch off on Friday and then put it back on again on Monday and it will still be running with the precision undisturbed. No need to wind or set the watch again.
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By: reintitan
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