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Seiko: A huge improvement on the first collaboration. That one was awful.

This is a very handsome non-Grand Seiko/Presage model. And that's saying a lot seeing as Seiko care very little about the design of their other models.
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Vacheron Constantin: It's a great design.

There's been much criticism of this watch, but I think it's unfounded. It is a very good design, though the rotor should have either been decorated differently, or opened a little to allow a clearer view of the movement.
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By: Poktori
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Horological Meandering: Who cares about the technology: a TUTIMA disaster design-wise...

Where to start: the Nomos Ahoi-like crown protector? The hands' over-sized central point? The inexplicable double logo at the top? The unnecessarily thick bezel? The uninspired lugs? This watch brand (or should I say "watch brands"?) deserves scorn, rather than a comparison with LF or FPJ.
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By: Poktori
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Patek Philippe: I don't see why you would get bored, but there are a few seriously silly museums nearby...

One of them apparently offers a mini safari in the basement section. Cannot remember which one it is, but I understand it's memorable for all the wrong (and therefore perhaps right) reasons. Enjoy!
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By: Poktori
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Independents: Voutilainen's hands and lugs always put me off...

So I'd put my money towards a Hajime Asaoka.
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By: Poktori
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Independents: Agreed...

I am puzzled by this as well, and especially considering the amazing "sphere" model Hautlence just brought out, its absence in coverage by major watch websites (except for a few) means the big names are paying too good money for their media coverage (as Ariel Adams recently critiqued). It's sad, bec
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