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    Quote Originally Posted by Samanator View Post
    I kind of like years like this. Now I can look at other things to spend money on. I'm predicting many mid year releases. For now I have or have had on order what I want.
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    Breitling had the best releases to me. Was hoping for Oris to drop the 400 into a basic black dial/bezel into a smaller Aquis or 65 but they continue to disappoint. Rolex did Rolex things which is boring and not worth worry about because they can't be had. I liked the Tudor chronos but gold and silver aren't for me because I'm a bracelet guy.

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    The ones that I found interesting enough to click further and have a better look: JLC Reverso, Hublot, Piaget and VC Traditio-blah-blah-blah-whatever. I might like the all-sapphire Hublot, were it a bit smaller.
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    They arenít kidding. The dials on those Oris models look delicious.
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    https://www.hodinkee.com/articles/iw...41-introducing

    That’s also quite interesting, but I’m not sure I like it over the Black Bay chrono, although that it’s a brand I’ve never owned before is appealing, however that price does hurt a bit.
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    Strange to me the brand that when I started collecting them they maybe release one new watch a year seems to have the most releases. That would be Panerai. Interesting that the recycled watch is only going to have 20 made at a whopping $60K per watch. Seems like not even a good token gesture. Now building 2000 at $10K per watch seems more like a commitment to recycle and would be 17 times more profitable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodia77 View Post
    The ones that I found interesting enough to click further and have a better look: JLC Reverso, Hublot, Piaget and VC Traditio-blah-blah-blah-whatever. I might like the all-sapphire Hublot, were it a bit smaller.

    Which Reverso? The green one? or the €1.35 million one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnuyork View Post
    or the €1.35 million one?
    This, the Quadriptyque.
    I didn't read the article, so I missed the price part until you said it now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodia77 View Post
    This, the Quadriptyque.
    I didn't read the article, so I missed the price part until you said it now.
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    I'm not blown away by it or anything. Just managed to spark my interest or curiosity enough to click for more.
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