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Originally Posted by Omega Male View Post

Mimo, I much prefer the "standard" Deep Sea Chrono which has the advantages of 1) being made out of good old, old-fashioned metal and 2) a more sensible size at 42 mm vs 44 mm.




Consistently high on the kop list!
This, plus not much more expensive than a new Sub.
post #29222 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Hayward View Post

This, plus not much more expensive than a new Sub.
True, but I'd rather have the Sub.
post #29223 of 48312
i wouldnt. /fanboi
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But what if you have both a Sub and a Speedy but still what one?
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I'd take the JLC over the Sub everyday.

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Different strokes for different folks.
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Old sub would be a different story though.

post #29228 of 48312
Sub for me.
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I'd kop a used Daytona over the JLC but similar to Stitchy...I iz Crown Fanboi

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Originally Posted by jbarwick View Post


It means if you insured the ring then lose it you get replacement value on the ring though not exactly what you paid for the ring.  If you sell it you get even less than replacement.  Not saying commit insurance fraud but that is what this would be.

Ah - got it...
post #29231 of 48312
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Originally Posted by Dino944 View Post
 

Furthermore, JLC has often been content to be in the background.

 

I'm sure having the same owners as Lange is one reason - careful brand positioning.  Perhaps not as blatant a hierarchy as Swatch's stable, but it has to be a factor.

post #29232 of 48312
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Originally Posted by 518aata View Post

As requesed, a wrist shot. This is the older, smaller version of this watch (3919). It was a wedding present from my wife.

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that elegance! congratulations ... everything is perfect. The clock is at the center of the stage while all the other characters are in place perfectly. From the cufflinks and shirt dress.

post #29233 of 48312
Ah the 3919. One of my first Pateks. Don't miss it much but I have find memories of it.

Sorry I've been AWOL my TWAT brethren. Am enjoying a little time off from the cold.

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Nice wrist shot frills. Early morning swim? Got me thinking now..... Need some rays cool.gif
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Ah, nice to see you, Frilly, and your daily sandbox beater watch! :lol:

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