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Chopard: Congratulations!

Very envious This is the type of watch that I like very much. Manual wind with 8 days PR and a simple but beautiful dial. Together with COSC, Geneva Seal and swan neck regulator what's there not to like. LUC indeed has many gems in their collection. There's one question that may I ask - Given the wa
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Photography: a lovely picture..

of carefree days. These are precious days... enjoy your holidays with the kids...
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Independents: GO is my kind of watch

Manual wind, simple porcelain dial, hand painted and with a great number to boot. The Credor is a fine watch but I’ll take this GO anytime..
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: I have no problem with this

look 😃. Kinda like the orange highlights on the dial. Maybe a different color strap helps make it more casual and definitely without the orange threads….
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TimeOut: .. an identical pair....

AP Star Wheel
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Automotive: A great looking Lancia … and what an

intimidating name! I never knew it existed. Just love the dash & sport steering wheel with the orange mark at 12 👍🏻
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Horological Meandering: Oh yes, I remember these metal calendar.

They were quite useful before the days of Palm PDAs and Apple Newtons.
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: This watch is plenty interesting .. my friend

a great watch from a great era.
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: This is nice…

Congratulations! on a wonderful acquisition… a limited edition at that too. Love the dial color with the gold case 👍🏻.
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: a classical perpetual dial layout...

that I like. I have no particular dislike for the truncated year nor the cutouts. Guess I just did not notice them after a while on the wrist. The case size at 37mm is perfect for my smallish wrist and it is comparatively thin too. I also like the movement calibre 889/440/2 which uses only a single
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