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Patek Philippe: I'm not a greedy man. I don't need TWO Pateks...

I'd be happy to live out the rest of my days with just one... This one! Pic borrowed from Patek Philippe's website.
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By: Peripeteia
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Montblanc: Thanks for the review Nicolas!

I think the watches look great... very retro, very 1950's! Actually the hands look almost exactly like the Longines Triple Date from the 1950's. My only gripe is with the logo which is too modern looking and not in keeping with the vintage spirit of the watch! Also, the mountain in the logo? Well, t
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By: Peripeteia
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Omega: Perhaps, but not to this collector!

I'm also curious as what impact the re-introduction of the 321 caliber will have on the "regular" Speedmasters... I guess we'll find out. Cheers, Kamy
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By: Peripeteia
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Omega: Nooooooo!!! Please say it isn't so!

How could they not put in the 50th anniversary?! If you're correct then my all time horological high lasted all of 35 seconds! Kamy
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By: Peripeteia
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: The link for your reading pleasure...

www.chrono24.com #gref Cheers, Kamy
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By: Peripeteia
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Very Nomos(esq) type of packaging... which I appreciate a lot!

Here's a picture of the Nomos Tangente Neomatik 41 with its packaging: Pic by Arvind Photography Anyway, thanks for sharing the pictures of your beautiful watches. Hope you enjoy them in the best of health. Cheers, Kamy
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By: Peripeteia
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Independents: A rose by any other name...

Hello dear Nicolas, I also recently had a chance to see the Moritz Grossmann watches on a recent shopping excursion to the Dubai Mall at the Ahmed Seddiqi & Sons boutique. And much like yourself I found the watches very teutonic indeed... which is not necessarily a bad thing. Though very classic
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By: Peripeteia
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