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F.P. Journe: It looks great, on your wrist.

Funnily enough you are the second person to show me a 40mm RQ today, a friend just visited a boutique earlier this week. When the world returns to normal there will be a lot of catch up for me in terms of seeing watches for the first time in the metal, the RQ being one. QP being another. Thanks Chri
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By: Jay (Eire)
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Rolex: Thanks. Looking forward to seeing some pictures once you have yours on the wrist.

I purchased my very first vintage Rolex from Mr Buckley, in the mid 2000’s. I was a regular lurker on the vintage forum at the time and that’s how I came across him.
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By: Jay (Eire)
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F.P. Journe: They look great.

I had been looking at the gray you have on your PLM and thinking i might look for something similar. What you’ll find is that the CB will take almost anything in terms of colour and texture and still look great. Btw, how did they mess up the measurements? That’s a little disappointing.
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By: Jay (Eire)
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F.P. Journe: I have a CB too and I’d concur that the 38mm is better for my wrist.

That said the CB wears well, and part of that is because the dull case (what the tantalum gives you). This was of course not a problem until the last two years as there was still 38mm choices floating around. I silly enough passed on several 38mm pieces which I’d like to have because I didn’t think
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By: Jay (Eire)
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F.P. Journe: That’s odd about the strap.

You bought the strap new? I’ve not seen an non quick release in my Journe time. Re my wrist, 6.25 inches these days so considerably smaller than yours. What I will say is the slimmer bezels on the 40mm cases do help significantly with the visuals. For sure the older fat bezel 40mm are not for me.
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By: Jay (Eire)
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