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9thsymph

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I know you said not SS, but how about the Geophysic line from JLC? I like the True Second and it also comes in YG:



I am a fan of simple-looking watches with a complication (e.g. tourbillon visible only on the back; minute repeater; etc.) and have always wanted a watch with deadbeat seconds (the second hand „jumps“ each second instead of sweeping). Although Grönefeld, FPJ and AL&S all offer watches with the „seconde morte“ complication, the JLC TS is the only one from a mainstream watch company for the moment (Rolex stopped making the Tru-Beat decades ago).

Anyways, you‘ll need to try it first. Although I liked the watch on paper, I found the case a bit too large and thick for my tastes, plus I prefer watches without date.
These are beautiful (I also love the simple Master Control Date), but perhaps not quite rugged enough? I have a Datejust and a vintage Omega DeVille that I wear as quasi-dress watches. I'm looking for a more casual and rugged (tool) watch. I already have a diver and a chrono, so I was thinking pilot, but still open...
 

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Fellas......have a question for those who might know: my Submariner ref 114060 doesn’t seem to hold its power reserve for more than 24 hrs. I just bought it in August 2020 from Wempe NYC.

I’m not sure if this is an actual performance issue or something I’m doing/not doing but I could wear the watch all day and let it sit overnight for about 12 -14 hours and it will stop ticking.

If anyone can shed some light before I contact the AD/Rolex it would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance!
 

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Fellas......have a question for those who might know: my Submariner ref 114060 doesn’t seem to hold its power reserve for more than 24 hrs. I just bought it in August 2020 from Wempe NYC.

I’m not sure if this is an actual performance issue or something I’m doing/not doing but I could wear the watch all day and let it sit overnight for about 12 -14 hours and it will stop ticking.

If anyone can shed some light before I contact the AD/Rolex it would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance!
I’d contact the AD. Rolex says it should be around 70 hours.
 

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Fellas......have a question for those who might know: my Submariner ref 114060 doesn’t seem to hold its power reserve for more than 24 hrs. I just bought it in August 2020 from Wempe NYC.

I’m not sure if this is an actual performance issue or something I’m doing/not doing but I could wear the watch all day and let it sit overnight for about 12 -14 hours and it will stop ticking.

If anyone can shed some light before I contact the AD/Rolex it would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance!
Try winding it 20-30 times tomorrow morning, see if the same thing happens. If it does, you have a problem. If it doesnt, you probably arent moving enough throughout the day to wind the rotor.
 

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I didn't realize Chopard and Kiton did a cobranded piece. What do folks think of it?

Pretty mediocre and uninspired to me. And with the notable exception of the Explorer, I dislike the mixing of the numerals and stick indexes. Also the official description refers to "sprezzaturra", so, you know...
 

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Still mostly wearing the Apple Watch for the biometrics but dug this out of the drawer today and it made me happy enough that I've still got it on.

IMG_0447.jpg
 

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Don't you know that you can go anywhere and sell your Rolex for enough to get a plane ticket home?
You joke, but I knew guys who worked in those certain restricted parts of a few American embassies (not me) who wore Rolex precisely because they considered it "liquid currency on their wrist" that they could cash in anywhere.
 

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Try winding it 20-30 times tomorrow morning, see if the same thing happens. If it does, you have a problem. If it doesnt, you probably arent moving enough throughout the day to wind the rotor.
Thanks for this......I’ve probably never wound it since I bought it. I wound it about 40 times just now so let’s see what happens tomorrow.
 

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You ever think about getting the bracelet for the ROO?
Yup. The 42mm bracelet is a beautiful thing. To date, have not got my shit together enough.
 

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