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Girard Perregaux: Earth to Sky caught my eye.

I’ve never seen this watch before. I do like the more contemporary look, the coloured crystal and transparency to the date discs etc remind me of my Vagabondage. Thanks for the write up.
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By: Jay (Eire)
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A. Lange & Söhne: What a super Lange collection already. Re the question, another vote for the ZW.

I wouldn’t be too concerned about weight, case size and how it sits on your wrist would be the key. If it works, go for it. It will likely never be an everyday watch solely based on what it is.
2h
By: Jay (Eire)
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Rolex: Looks just as good.

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By: Jay (Eire)
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A. Lange & Söhne: Super Bill, that’s a big hitter. Congrats.

You’ve got everything you wanted on the movement side from the Dato, but in a better overall package for your wrist. This one is also my favourite of the 1815 Chronos, I’m a sucker for a scale on a chronograph. And most of us have way too many dark dials, a brighter dial brings something new to the
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By: Jay (Eire)
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F.P. Journe: Next to the watch is a little decorative plate made by Ando Cloisonné a Japanese company that’s been around since the late 1800s.

Interestingly they produced the enamel dials for Seiko’s enamel Presage models a few years ago.
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By: Jay (Eire)
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Montblanc: It looks almost cold in HK.

PMQ can be a nice place to hang out, although I always wondered how well (or not well) some of the shops were doing. Foot traffic always seemed low.
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By: Jay (Eire)
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