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Patek Philippe: Thanks everyone! Now, a 3940-specific question ...

Let’s say I wind the watch every day rather than putting it on a winder when not in use. Ordinarily I would wind a watch about 40 turns and not worry about overwinding it. But the manual for this watch, with its 240Q movement, warns that it should be wound only 10 turns before being put on the wrist
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Patek Philippe: to wind or not to wind a perpetual when not in use

UntiI I bought my 3940 in November, I'd never owned a watch that is difficult to reset after it winds down. Now that I've had my 3940 for a couple of months, it's time to give some wrist time to my other watches. I don't have a watch winder and don't intend to buy one. My question to this group is w
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Horological Meandering: wow -- what an awesome watch (and photos)

I want! Congratulations, and happy birthday!
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WristScan: Delightfully flamboyant, Nicolas!

Here's the closest I have in the "flamboyance" category:
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F.P. Journe: delightful!

Mine says hello:
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Horological Meandering: love this! [nt]

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A. Lange & Söhne: Breathtaking

It sounds trite to say that I’m so sorry for your loss, but I really am.
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Patek Philippe: Thanks, but

I now realize, for the reasons discussed here, that problem isn’t with the movement. The problem is with the play in the joints between the movement and the minute hand. Because of the nature of the issue, the minute hand can “gain” or “lose” a minute a day, but it never accumulates more than a one
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Patek Philippe: Wonderful shot! [nt]

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