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  1. Fascinating question and an interesting topic. Looking at some of the polls published in the last day or two by @scottswatches I find myself experiencing exactly that. It’s all incredibly clever, and often very beautiful, but does it answer the fundamental question of whether or not I could strap it to my wrist, find appropriate places and occasions to wear it, and actually tell the bloody time at a glance! Good post. You are not alone.
  2. I really don’t think there are any rules about those things anyway.
  3. I have just read up on it and discovered that it has a fusée movement. How very 18th century.
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    SLEEP Snorting loudly exercises elephants’ probosces. TRUMP
  6. I would agree with that, Scott, mainly because it’s difficult to know what bits of chronometric magic the watch is actually boasting. So I will go purely on looks, and the only one I would be remotely tempted to wear is the Ferdinand Berthoud because it looks like a normal watch. No idea what else it does... The Eccentricity one is well named. I couldn’t cope with a watch that I have to stare at in puzzlement to work out the time. Yes, I know I wear a Meistersinger but that’s easy! The others at least have some form of legible dial, though telling the time seems to be of secondary signifi
  7. Piaget. No question. Though as @Caller. says the GP in blue is lovely.
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    CRAZY Cartographer renders all Zambia yellow. ATLAS
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  10. @JoT Congratulations to you both!
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