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Rolex: So many different versions.

And none of them is boring. That‘s amazing!
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By: stromer
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Rolex: Another GMT

this time on slightly distressed leather. Best, Martin
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By: stromer
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: It must be local time (the one displayed by the hands)

The "World Alarm" is a world timer, displaying 24 time zones at the same time on the outer ring. None of them is somehow special. So the alarm can only be linked to the time zone shown by the hands. Best, Martin
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By: stromer
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: @Iberti is very close

It was called the „Master Compressor Extreme World Alarm“. An impressive watch. The search function here at WPS has various posts about it. Best, Martin
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By: stromer
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Automotive: Thanks a lot, Michael.

Please allow me to forward the prize to TeutonicCarFan as I believe his answer is the correct one. As for car colours: Last weekend when ob the Autobahn a Porsche 911 in some difficult colour (I do not recall what it actually was) passed on the left lane. My wife was heavily irritated by that colour
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By: stromer
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Automotive: You are right for sure.

My knowledge about McLarens is limited even though at the basement of my office there used to be a McLaren outlet. It was nice to listen when they parked them around. Please allow me to pass the prize on to you as I believe your answer is the correct one. Best, Martin
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Automotive: McLaren 765 ?

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By: stromer
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Rolex: On divers the purpose is to confirm in the dark that the watch is running.

I would assume that Rolex do not differ between their divers and most of their tool watches in this regard. Best, Martin
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By: stromer
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Glashütte Original: Indeed, a Perpetual at end of year is something special, let alole by teh end of February :-)

If I had a PC in my collection it wuold either be a G.O or a Moser for the simple presentation of something so complex. Best, Martin
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By: stromer
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