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Horological Meandering: Yes, I too own the original 2004 e series (25721BA.OO.1000BA.02) “the brick” (in the safe somewhere) and that’s the heaviest watch I own..

The PT ROO is totally another level! I found this photo online.. credit to the original owner I believe this first generations are heavier than the newer versions. Same as “the brick” .. I read the current version is lighter than the original.
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By: janef
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Horological Meandering: Baron I cannot have agreed more!

AP was really innovative with their materials seems they have slow down the pass couple of years. Hope they will pick things up soon. Especially during this down time, they will have more time to reflect on their roots and maybe some good innovative pieces will be lining up ahead! Cheers and thank y
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By: janef
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Horological Meandering: Wow!

My 218206 with the plastic coffin don’t even come close! The AP ROO PT is truly a class of its own! I tried that piece on and I can assure it is seriously a very special piece. I wanted to added that piece to my collection but that dial colour doesn’t sing to me and the latest blueish black dial too
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By: janef
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Horological Meandering: Randomly

I must be too bored with the covid19 lockdown I start going into the kitchen n playing with all the stuff n I bump into the digital scale.. So I pop my 36mm AP RO (14790) onto the scale with the full links (with spare links) compare to my DD40 (228239) with full bracelet. I am very surprised how hef
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By: janef
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