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    First and only wearable high end watch search

    I don't go much in this section of forum since i don't buy high end watches. But my family went crazy and decided that i need one high end piece for my 40th birthday. I already posted this topic in Public forum, so i'll just post a link here so you can see what kind of watches i already have:
    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f2/hel...y-5056439.html

    I think you guys are very qualified to suggest what kind of watches should i check but you probably don't go in Public forum a lot? My budget is around 10.000,00 eur max.

    - 38 - 42mm (6,75 inch wrist)
    - no divers
    - in house movement (preferably crystal case back)
    - Good looking on bracelet or straps
    - wearable in many occasions (casual, smart,...)
    Panerai Luminor 0000 Logo
    Tudor North flag
    Laco Leipzig Erbstuck
    Mido Multifort
    Seiko SDGM003
    EMG DL63
    Poljot Aviator IV
    Orient Ray (blue)
    Orient Bambino IV blue

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    Re: First and only wearable high end watch search

    The new Cartier Santos would fit the bill. The blue dial is especially stunning and versatile.
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    Re: First and only wearable high end watch search

    JLC MUT Moon in SS. $8,950 US retail. 39mm. In house movement. Dress up or down. Available with White or Black dial.

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    I have at least 3 JLC models to see in person. How hard it is to set the moon on the watch every time if you don't wear the watch all the time?
    Panerai Luminor 0000 Logo
    Tudor North flag
    Laco Leipzig Erbstuck
    Mido Multifort
    Seiko SDGM003
    EMG DL63
    Poljot Aviator IV
    Orient Ray (blue)
    Orient Bambino IV blue

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    Re: First and only wearable high end watch search

    You have two options to correctly set the date and moon phase after the watch as stopped. First you can simply advance the hour hand until it indicates the correct date and am/pm. This will correct he moon phase at the same time. Second you can use the pusher at 4:00 to advance the moon phase and the pusher at 8:00 to advance the date. JLC has an app that will show a image of the correct moon phase each day. Here is a link to a discussion on this site: https://forums.watchuseek.com/f419/n...n-4393330.html
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    JLC Master Geographic steel
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    Re: First and only wearable high end watch search

    Quote Originally Posted by Gargamel35 View Post
    I have at least 3 JLC models to see in person. How hard it is to set the moon on the watch every time if you don't wear the watch all the time?
    Keep it on a winder when not worn.

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    Re: First and only wearable high end watch search

    Piaget Polo S or GP Laureato.
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    GO PanoMaticLunar ticks all boxes
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    Re: First and only wearable high end watch search

    When you include the bracelet requirement, yeah, you thin things a fair bit. Cartier Tank or Santos, GP Laureato. Check the Bulgari Octo line? The Finissimos are the rage, and you're getting the credibility of an ultra-thin movement. Size...I think the Finissimos are pretty consistently 41s. Some of the other lines have 38s. One of my personal favorite watches, visually, is the Ultranero model...black case, dial, bracelet, rose gold indices, hands, crown. Gorgeous, and I think it's in your budget.
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