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Horological Meandering: What matters is the car’s performance

.... it’s a cayman and to me that’s too much ladies car .. Wonderin why is this so? BTW, I do not own a Cayman nor a Boxster and have no intention to buy one in the future. Just wondering’ /W72
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Omega: lovely pair..

Moonwatch and Omega Pen...
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: ..almost miss this ...

another great post and excellent analysis. Couldn't agree more about the impact of the case design on the overall watch. I was wondering..since the external case size changed in Gen 2, do you know any changes in the internal dimensions? With the movement largely unchanged, I can only assume the soun
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Horological Meandering: That gorilla certainly looks comfortable on your wrist..

love the colour... refreshing and casual.... /W72
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Horological Meandering: yes, I also remember this watch....

.. a good and robust watch too. Keep wearing it for the next 20 years... /W72
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Horological Meandering: The strap width is 16mm which

is small by today's standard. And you are right, it is still wearable with a small wrist. The movement definitely needs a servicing - it is slow by some 20s over six hours. I just need to find a good watchmaker and as I know no one. /W72
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Horological Meandering: Thanks Art, my guess it is a 421 inside...

I cannot recall for certain when this piece came to me - circa 1969/70?? Just love the smooth/fast beating of the second hand. It is a 10K gold filled case and came with a bracelet. ,,, almost 50 years.... I must say time really flies..... /W72
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