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What's on your wrist?

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    Originally posted by BABABlackSheep View Post
    Who needs a butler when a 60yo guy has a 30yo thai bride.
    The watch will not travel far enough if she wears it.

    At least the butler can service himself and increase the distance.


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        Originally posted by BABABlackSheep View Post
        Nothing on my wrist.

        I’ve got a TAG Chronograph Link Automatic upstairs.

        Needs a service, but can’t be arsed paying £400 to get it done.

        Might one day as I think they are still over £1k second hand.
        Seems expensive? When TAG last serviced my watch about 7-8 years ago I think it was around £200-220.

        You could try an independent company? That might affect it's resale value I guess.