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Possibly the worst page in the entire thread. Who wears some of these ugly assed things.

who said you could post in this thread? wink.gif
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This is a question for luxury watch aficianados: Among watches at the high-end level, are there any significant differences in the time-keeping accuracy among the various brands?

i know this was addressed, imo its more a difference from model to model within a small range, not so much from brand to brand on a broad level.
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Is there a good encyclopedic coverage of Baselworld somewhere? The standard blogs just seem to pick out a piece here and there.

i find watch time mag usually has good coverage. the website might also, though i never visit it.
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interesting.
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NonS, Aren't you a little bored?  I mean, they are almost the same watch, at least look pretty much the same...

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NonS, Aren't you a little bored?  I mean, they are almost the same watch, at least look pretty much the same...

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If there were any form of rationality involved, I would cede your point. But as it happens, I sometimes consider trading in all my other watches for vintage varitations of Rolex sports watches. So no, not bored shog[1].gif
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Broke out the 1950 to celebrate DST.
Have had it for almost 10 years but this is the first time I've used the 2nd strap that came with it.
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The lady's grandfather's navy watch.

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The lady's grandfather's navy watch.
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That is really rather good looking.

 

http://gentlemansgent.blogspot.com/

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Great write-up on the purists in re the Rolex and Tudor offerings:

http://rolex.watchprosite.com/show-forumpost/fi-732/pi-5196318/ti-778698/s-0/

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As far as I am concerned, Tudor absolutely killed it. These pictures really evidence that in my opinion.
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Re: "That is really rather good looking."

Needs a little TLC and the iPhone camera doesn't do it justice, but it's a really cool piece. She'll appreciate the compliment.
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The lady's grandfather's navy watch.
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Which navy was he in?
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Great write-up on the purists in re the Rolex and Tudor offerings:
http://rolex.watchprosite.com/show-forumpost/fi-732/pi-5196318/ti-778698/s-0/
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As far as I am concerned, Tudor absolutely killed it. These pictures really evidence that in my opinion.

+1 Tudor really show up.
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This is really great

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This is really great
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Agreed. Does it come with a gliding bracelet adjustment like recent Rolex ones?
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Agreed. Does it come with a gliding bracelet adjustment like recent Rolex ones?

This may better answer your question:

http://www.watchesbysjx.com/2012/03/tudor-pelagos-self-adjustment-clasp.html
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This may better answer your question:
http://www.watchesbysjx.com/2012/03/tudor-pelagos-self-adjustment-clasp.html

Thanks for the link. So, the bracelet can be left in free-adjustment-zone for daily use to cope with minor wrist size variation through the day?
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