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Horological Meandering: I'm surprised that Panerai even made it to the list..

Considering the respondents profile, average wrist sizes, preferences, etc. It maybe saying something positive about the brand. All the other watches mentioned have something classical to offer the average wrist sized respondent. Only AP and IWC outside of Panerai have something big to offer (if eve
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By: Echi
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Very nice review..

Very much like the steel version. Quite versatile. Maybe you can humor us with a short JLC Duo/face history article at some point Best, Echi
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By: Echi
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Rolex: Totally with you..

Another thing I like about the sub is that without the cyclops, I noticed that my eyes focus on the totality of the dial more. I appreciate the Rolex font/logo more, for example. With the date, my eyes go to the date. On the plus side, the date makes the dial a bit more compact so it gives off the i
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By: Echi
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Officine Panerai: Nice to read this again! Gave me that time capsule feeling..

Truth be told though, I was not as into it back then because of another competing hobby. It was that year that I decided to junk my DSLR system and do a cold turkey switch to an M9. So I was reading a lot on digital Ms back then with another window open to toggle back to Purists articles. But, yeah,
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By: Echi
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Rolex: On the fence whether to go date or sub..

Did you go through that or did you prefer the sub right off the bat? I think the best modern iteration would've been the Kermit but with the usual black bezel as I really prefer the maxi dial on a 16610 case. I prefer the cyclops/date in that iteration. With the 116610, the date is not as pronounced
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By: Echi
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