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It’s pretty bad in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane/Gold Coast for Patek and Rolex stock. However, Perth often has pieces (Rolex) you won’t see in cases on the east coast, of course steel is still rare as hen’s teeth.
 

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IWC is also part of the eight year warranty crew at Richemont. Which comes first, Panerai or Vacheron?
 

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It’s pretty bad in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane/Gold Coast for Patek and Rolex stock. However, Perth often has pieces (Rolex) you won’t see in cases on the east coast, of course steel is still rare as hen’s teeth.
I will check HK out on the way home
 

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Put an offer in on a 5711...wish me luck.
Good luck! Great watch, had one but sold it as I feel it's not worth the value they're currently at. I bought it when there was no hype and to be honest the whole hype thing is turning me away from them. Nevertheless, you'll enjoy it, massively. It's an amazing piece.

Drinks with friends yesterday:

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Too bad about the lighting, first time I had the sympathie in my hand, LE of 28 pieces in this dial variation, beautiful with the breguet numerals. Movement based on a Lemania 2310, I should have taken a photo. It is said that the case design comes from this:

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Good luck! Great watch, had one but sold it as I feel it's not worth the value they're currently at. I bought it when there was no hype and to be honest the whole hype thing is turning me away from them. Nevertheless, you'll enjoy it, massively. It's an amazing piece.

Drinks with friends yesterday:

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Too bad about the lighting, first time I had the sympathie in my hand, LE of 28 pieces in this dial variation, beautiful with the breguet numerals. Movement based on a Lemania 2310, I should have taken a photo. It is said that the case design comes from this:

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Nice Journe.

It has to be said that the Dubuis is rather lacking in sympathie to even the most rudimentary typographic sensibilities, however. Why companies that ought to know better make such a mess of the craft is beyond me.
 

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I will check HK out on the way home
Great. Some photos of display would be fantastic. I have called several ADs in Thailand for availability- no professional models either SS or TT . Some ADs do have the Sky dweller in champagne and white dials. But price is about 25% higher than Australia. I will be in Bangkok during Christmas and will report back!
 

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Anyone wears Hublot classic Fusion? Recently seen a blue dial - really nice.
 

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