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Audemars Piguet: If I can't get a new 15202 then the 15500 may be my first AP

I think the new reference looks cleaner especially since the awkward placement of the date calendar is no longer forced by the small movement. The increased power reserve from 60 to 70 hours is also welcome and is fast becoming the industry standard for autonomy. Here's a comparsion shot of the new
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By: reintitan
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Horological Meandering: Amen to that!

I'm still waiting for that one, too!
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Officine Panerai: My friend for you I'll divulge the secret :-)

Don't open it for 6 months to a year! LOL
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By: reintitan
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Horological Meandering: Thanks Jay

We'll see if they pull through this month. Fingers crossed.
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By: reintitan
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Horological Meandering: Congrats mj!

Hopefully that Jan delivery doesn't fall through.
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By: reintitan
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Officine Panerai: It's poor coding of the website. The links for the years 2001, 2000, and 1999 are there it's just that they can't be scrolled to the "normal" way

By clicking on a date like 2004 and pulling the screen to the left I can just pull the list all the way to the year 1999 hyperlink...right before it snaps back and settles back on the year 2002 hyperlink as the rightmost again. LOL!
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By: reintitan
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: A JLC Mark 11

or three...
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By: reintitan
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Horological Meandering: It would have been awesome if IWC could have supplied 150 cal. 89s for this watch

but maybe that's asking too much? Bargain is all relative. The Speedy Tuesday Ultraman lists over US$7K as did the Hodinkee10 Speedmaster. My PAM 721 lists at US$9,200. A stainless steel GMT-Master Pepsi ceramic has a MSRP of US$9,250 if you can even find one at an AD. Grey market dealers are sellin
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By: reintitan
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: NO.

We're all enablers here so go out and get that true pilot's watch
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