Today, I took out my Patrimony Contemporaine from the safe

wound it...so smooth...then strapped it on my wrist. What a feeling when you glance at the shiny rose gold and striking black dial! Today, I took out my Patrimony Contemporaine from the safe Just need to change the strap one day...
Now, I am ready to fight throughout the day.
Sorry for the meaningless post but I just wish to share my feeling Today, I took out my Patrimony Contemporaine from the safe
Thanks guys, have a wonderful day ahead of you.

Hi Rei, not meaningless at all
02/02/2010 - 06:44
One of the reasons I believe the Lounge exists is for us aficianados of the brand to share our enjoyment with others that have the same passion!  I hope the watch stays on your wrist for awhile, she is just begging to get out more often! BR, Dan
You're right Dan...I will be wearing it again today :-) Thanks! (nt)
02/03/2010 - 03:29
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I kick myself in the a** for having sold mine :-( I had heard that VC
02/02/2010 - 10:32
would be bringing out a Patrimony Contemporaine BiRetrograde in RG with black dial and sold my boutique version just to have the cash in advance and...VC won't be making the Bi-Retrograde boutique version after all Wear it in best of health Rei
Re: I kick myself in the a** for having sold mine :-( I had heard that VC
02/02/2010 - 15:29
What?!...sold your boutique Contemporaine?!   Well, I guess a boutique version of the Bi-retro could have justified the sale (I imagine it would've been a killer.. if you have the right size wrist for it).   Well, at least you have some cash when the next watch comes around (assuming you haven't used it yet)...  Looking forward to seeing a replacement soon. Cheers! Kazumi
I will probably either buy another one or go for...
02/02/2010 - 15:33
this one
Really like the new grey dials.....
02/02/2010 - 15:51
Would be a nice addition to your collection, im sure. Cheers.
Tough choice. As far as simple goes, both watches are killers! (nt)
02/02/2010 - 15:56
Alex, I have a simple suggestion...
02/03/2010 - 03:36
buy BOTH!!!  
you evil man, wish I could :-) (nt)
02/03/2010 - 10:32
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I learned not to regret the watches I'd sold...
02/02/2010 - 19:07

you sold your Patrimony Contemporaine Boutique for a reason and I am sure the next watch you get - whether it be another PC or any other model - you will enjoy just as much or even more than the one you'd let go of... Just keep us posted on what you eventually decide on

What? You've been 'tricked' by VC :)
02/03/2010 - 03:31
It's too gorgeous to let go...and I always think should I want to possess it again once I sell it, it may be almost impossible to get another one. Thanks Alex!
Mine gets much wrist time but I still enjoy it as much as the 1st day
02/02/2010 - 15:53
Although I wear mine at least 2 to 3 days a week (more at times), I still find myself admiring the watch almost everyday. Aside from the good looks, it fits snuggly under my shirt cuff and is so light that you hardly notice its there.  This is a big plus for me since my translation work requires me to type for long hours everyday (not as easy when your wrist is weighed down with a heavy Overseas, for example). Lucky for me the weather here is much kinder on the leather straps (although I sometimes imagine how it would be to have a darkish brown strap on). Anyway, its nice to hear that you feel the same way about my favorite watch. All the best! Kazumi
Its crazy how much I hated the Pat contemporaine when it came out and
02/02/2010 - 16:04
today find it to be the most attractive simple time only model on the market!
agree with you Alex its the most beautiful time only watch on the
02/02/2010 - 19:04
market!
Yes, I agree Sir. It's so light sometimes I wish it were bit thicker
02/03/2010 - 03:34
and heavier... but just perfect the way it is now. Kakkoi jya nai p.s. You can change the strap to dark brown...I intend to do it one day when I throw away the black strap.
Your classic has legs!
02/03/2010 - 02:17
So many watches out there competing for attention in the short term and seek to shock your sensibilities with provocative designs.  Of course, the risk is one may lose interest once the novelty is gone.  Your classic has legs!
Exactly how I felt when I was thinking of buying this watch.
02/03/2010 - 03:41
I even sought after Jaw's (Ng Tjeng Jaw, one of Singapore's most famous collectors) advice on this versus Patek Calatrava...and without hesitation, he said, "Go for VC!" That said it all . Apart from the brand, the design itself is timeless...one that I would almost never get tired of.