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  1. Sinn EZM-1 Such Design Clarity

    For me this is a design of such accuracy of economy it separates one of the elements of a chronograph or 'complication' beautifully. We are talking about a watch, I see many products that start with their function and then elements are added to this 'framework' to attract different elements of the market to maximize sales. So perhaps gold might be added to attract the 'gift market' a white dial perhaps for countries with a lot of sun, made waterproof for the 'outdoor practical market', diamonds, ...
  2. WWII Glashutte Fliegers Post here....please

    Quote Originally Posted by ATG
    These are my favourite and I've never owned one... I am such a fool... I'd love one but they are going a bit mad price wise...

    Post them here if you see one.... cheers

  3. Bremont DH-88 Limited Edition Launch 29th June 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by ATG

    To commemorate the de Havilland 1934 and to raise funds for the Shuttleworth Collection, Bremont introduces the ‘Limited Edition Bremont DH-88’ chronometer, a special timepiece which has been painstakingly handcrafted in the company’s workshops in England and in an elegant style reminiscent of that wonderful 1930s era. The 282 stainless steel and 82 rose gold cases
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  4. Engaved Art from Speake Marin

  5. A coffee with the Bremont Boeing 1 Cream Dial (and extra sugar)

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