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Audemars Piguet: NickO, I think the brands you quote are outrageous in design and I think AP are trying to merge a recognised design...

...with a new in an effort not to be known as a"one trick pony". The Octagon on the 11.59 is immersed in a traditional design with flamboyant detail and I imagine AP are subtly expanding their range rather being known for just one- thats the point I made. I see this piece as the first in an evolutio
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Audemars Piguet: I'm not sure if English is your first language, so I'll forgive your myopic views...

Read my posts again and you'll see that I don't "love" this piece but I applaud bravery. It's the brave that fight and fighting promotes change. I share no fate with Mr Bennahmias as I don't know him and we move in different universes so what you've written is very bizarre. Maybe Twitter is best sui
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Audemars Piguet: Thanks Michael

I hope this piece is the first step in the evolution of the Royal Oak becoming part of a company's range of watches rather than being recognised as it's only one.
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Audemars Piguet: I think AP should receive 10 out of 10 for a bold and brave design...

...in an effort to move away from the Royal Oak and flex their avant-garde design muscles. It's a shame people offering negative comments and feedback can't be more diplomatic and just try and grasp how difficult and challenging coming up with a new watch design must be- especially when that company
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Rolex: That is a very handsome piece.

I'd like to know about various strap options and is the case sharp? It looks as though you should shave with it. Thanks for the superb pics. : )
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