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Glashütte Original: Happy new year to you too, Tony!

Let’s hope it will see us return to a more normal life again. Stay safe and healthy,
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Indeed, the Tribute Red is hard to beat as a Christmas watch.

Actually I am planning to wear mine again this year So happy that I pulled the trigger when the opportunity crossed my way. Thanks for your encouragement back then, Nico! Wishing a Merry Christmas to all who celebrate it. Best, Martin
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TimeOut: Same to you, dear Jocke!

But where are the candles?
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Food & Wine: I think we should make our wives meet each other. :-)

Mine loves to cook with wine. She even puts it into the food sometimes
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Food & Wine: My wife is asking

if it is mandatory to read about watches while waiting for the food to cook? And also she is asking what wine could be left after a four to five hours wait.
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By: stromer
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Glashütte Original: It is going to be like this :-)

Picture borrowed from Jocke's own web site.
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Omega: Aah, about the table I had no idea.

Somehow my inner eye automatically saw the pool table standing at the seaside bar And believe it or not, it has been only last year that we met. Time is flying...
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Omega: Dear Art,

being ignorant about vintage Omega watches myself I know that you are not. So I am sure that you knew well why you broke your rules. What I can see is that it is looking very nice and has a lot of charm on its bracelet. What I also see us the pool table behind a newly acquired watch. Another „morato
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By: stromer
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Glashütte Original: Very nice duo.

The Capital edition might be the best among the Senator Chronographs. More refined than the sportier black and white dials and matching the robust movement better than the precious metal versions. Both are cool watches in their own way. My Seventies Chronograph says hi!
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By: stromer
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