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Forum: Horological Meandering
Dec 19/14 - 19:29 >> Have yourself a very merry Christmas...... And not just a Chopard theme. Dear PuristS, Happy Holidays, One and All! Best wishes, PuristS Team This message has been edited by MTF on 2014-12-19 09:50:25... Read more..
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Forum: Patek Philippe
Dec 19/14 - 19:21 >> A wrist shot to share. Just love the grey blue dial of the PP nautilus! Cheers Robin This message has been edited by jrwong23 on 2014-12-18 22:45:04... Read more..
Latest Reply: jrwong23 14 minutes ago
Dec 19/14 - 18:41 >> . . . and losses, 2014." End of year means it's time to tally our gains and losses, and not just for the taxman. Let's chart the ins and outs of our collections this weekend; if none, then kindly share the watch that happens to be on your wrist today. My in-bin: three vintage Omegas, a ~ '45 ref 217... Read more..
Author: Dr No
Latest Reply: jporos 54 minutes ago
Dec 19/14 - 18:04 >> Perhaps I should title this post: The Evolution of a Watch Model and the Evaporation of a Collection. Watch brands often produce a wide range of models - some of which are iconic, and others forgettable. some succeed and others fail. Let's take these as examples - I have no intention to irritate or ... Read more..
Latest Reply: Dr No 1 hours ago
Dec 19/14 - 16:47 >> On my travel to Hong Kong, I took a side trip to Macau. The city is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) similar to Hong Kong under the People's Republic of China. It's known as the Las Vegas of Asia with hotel and casinos like the Venetian and Wynn. Lots of tourists visit as it's very close to Hon... Read more..
Latest Reply: BentN 2 hours ago
Dec 19/14 - 16:36 >> Sometimes, concidences are much more than coincidences. As I celebrated, a few days ago, my own double Jubil, some friends and myself decided to try to gather the watches which were part of the " Jubil " 1958 collection, which are the E 168 ( Geophysic ), 2233, 3160 ( Memovox World Time and 3161 ... Read more..
Latest Reply: watchthatman 2 hours ago
Dec 19/14 - 16:34 >> In 1958, Omega created a watch line called Ranchero . It was inspired by the Railmaster, the Seamaster 300 and the arrowhead hand of the 1957 Speedmaster, so there was no mistaking its lineage. Ranchero: sound of freedom, adventure and virility.. Omegas cowboy should have become the entry-level mod... Read more..
Latest Reply: Subexplorer 3 hours ago
Forum: Ulysse Nardin
Dec 19/14 - 16:18 >> I saw this recently at an AD and was impressed with the grand feu blue enamel dial! The movement is so so (ETA I believe) but the case size and design and lugs shapes are very nice and suits my small wrist. Case is steel and great value! The blue dial is to die for!! I really love it! Perfect under ... Read more..
Latest Reply: Richard N 3 hours ago
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