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Chopard: Nice no.

01/20, is it your one or a press pic? Would have loved to get the no. 1, but that wasn‘t possible. The movement is a feast for the eyes anyway! The bridges are german silver with fine anglage as necessary for geneva seal. And technically, there is not much more to get imo: All jumping indicators at
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IWC: I looked for the bracelet, too...

...but the price left me speechless . I then bought a Rolex DD40 Pt instead of the bracelet for the IWC GC
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IWC: Grande Complication 3770

I looked quite long for this version. A real stunner!
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Chopard: L.U.C Perpetual Chrono

In quarantine, I prefer handwound watches. And a calendar to know which day we have. And something to count the hours . Perpetual Chrono is a good choice:
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Chopard: Very well...

... because of the grey dial. I have some blue dials already, bute the grey is something special...
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Chopard: Yes...

... of course!! Really like it!!
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Chopard: Alpine Eagle

berninagrey!! Wears great!!
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Vacheron Constantin: Indeed similar..

... to the Patek 3970, same base movement and layout. But it has a perfect size of 39mm!
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Vacheron Constantin: Thanks...

That‘s indeed a stunning piece. About 10 years old, but looks like new and unworn and has perfect rates on the timing machine... Hunter case is a nice aspect, too...
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Vacheron Constantin: That‘s it:

Malte Perpetual Calendar Chronograph
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