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I would definitely recommend this fabulous watch to a friend of mines because it's such a simple watch to wear and it can match with any outfit you plan to wear. Also, it will make a great present for the holidays.
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Review by Robert A, From:USA Soquel
Great Deal, Great Product, will order again...A++++++++ Service..thanks.
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Review by Michelle Parsons, From:U.S.A Rancho Viejo, Texas
This watch is a good value and has the basic features I need. It looks like it is much more expensive. I especialy liked the larger band that is adjustable.
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  • Patek 5711: Incoming
    As you all know from my previous post, I've been in the market for a 5711. I've been visiting AD's and building a relationship, often hearing the waitlist is 1-2 years. I put a deposit down at a local AD, with an anticipated wait of 1 year. I later on decided that I'll just put my name down at another AD just in case (no deposit required). I later changed my mind and wanted a 5712. After some luck, a different AD told me that a 5712 (blue dial) is coming in and would have my name on it if I wanted so of course I agreed and put down a deposit. I got a call from the AD that I did not place a deposit with this week. He told me he had a 5711 (blue dial) come in and asked if I wanted it. Of course I couldn't turn it down! Long story long (joke), I often read the forums for advice about wait times for certain watches etc. and often see some people getting lucky. This time it was me! Now I have a delimma: keep both the 5711 and 5712 blue dial?! I guess this is a great problem to have! Officially joined the Patek brotherhood!
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    Hello all,Some time ago I did a post regarding a project I had done for my boss (Link). In that post I mentioned an Omega that he had given as well. The Omega required a bit more work and has gone back to the watchmaker a couple of times, but I think we are now in pretty good shape.Here is where we started - as best I can tell, this is a OT 14393 from 1960 or so. I did some poking around on the Omega website researching this and I am pretty sure that is the model we are looking at.As you can tell, it came on a 3rd party bracelet and was in pretty bad shape. The dial had already been (poorly) redone - they were a little sloppy in placement and with the amount of adhesive they used.One of the screws had lodged itself in the mechanism as well.Here is a better shot of the dial. You can see some of the misalignment.So, off to the watchmaker for some attention to the movement and the dial went off for refinishing. Nothing to worry about as far as originality as it had already been done. The dial came back slightly off center, so back it went again. At least this gave me some time to try to source a good strap and buckle...So, back it came - it turned out pretty well. No doubt the case has had some abuse, but the dial turned out well and the watch is running strong.You can see all of the stars, although the smaller ones are really feint. The back has some pretty deep scratches, but again - have seen worse.I was able to source a Constellation buckle. The picture does not do it justice - it is in pretty good shape (I should have wiped it down prior to shooting).Generally I think it turned out well. I am going to ask my boss to take it again. He seemed pretty adamant that I should keep it. We'll have to see where that goes!Take care all,B

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