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  1. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Apr 7, 2023

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  2. Pitfitter446

    Pitfitter446 Apr 7, 2023

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    Does it matter, are any of us going to wear something like this?:whistling:
     
  3. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Apr 7, 2023

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    True. No doubt Chopard will say they originally made this in 1911 or something anyway.
     
  4. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Apr 7, 2023

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    Plus the TAG is cooler. The gold star things are the rotor, I think the diamonds on the Chopard are just loose in the case.
     
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  5. jamesbizs

    jamesbizs Apr 7, 2023

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    Hey. Don't judge. It's 2023. I can pull it off. Assuming I can find a matching belt.
     
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  6. jamesbizs

    jamesbizs Apr 7, 2023

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    Holy shit that is cool. Such a simple mechanism to make too, despite it seeming so complicated. Just needs a very sturdy tube to hold the central "watch" inside.
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    jamesbizs Apr 7, 2023

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    "The TAG Heuer R&D team had to work wonders to keep it functional without compromising the star design."

    Yeah lol I'm sorry, but no. No wonders were worked.It's really cool, and unique, but it's not " a marvel"

    Imagine saying this, and then looking at any of the watches by jacob and co

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  8. jamesbizs

    jamesbizs Apr 7, 2023

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    God, I wish China would get busy and make me one of these for $200....
     
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