This is a Citroen 2CV engine. But not as Andre Citroen intended it to be! As you can see, front and center there are a few broken bits. Namely the camshaft gear. As my friends Axel and Uschi were dismantling this engine in my garage, they were constantly emitting long, complicated German words with
I can't get rid of taking pictures of this Freak. Nor playing with it. Here we are somewhere between an intellectual and artistic creation. A kind of horological UFO, which counts a lot in a collection. Big love affair! Best, Nicolas
How sad was I??? Over 20 years ago all from the National Geographical magazine. The Newbies will think I’m crazy. Back in the day before the internet this sort of thing excited some of us. The only way we could gain experience with Watches was to touch and feel not look at a screen. Jesus I sound li
The pleasant contradiction of this watch? A sophisticated dial in a funky case, with a rough movement. It is totally different form an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak ref 5402 or a Patek Nautilus 3700, but it has something, in the spirit. AND, it is a Chronometer. And there were not that many chronometers
Some different angles of my Girard-Perregaux Laureato Skeleton Ceramic U.S. Edition, Blue on black, with deep blue hands... Super light, super comfortable on the wrist, and does not wear like a 42mm, feels a bit smaller. The dial is full of life, so mesmerizing, yet so subtle to the eye. I dont wear
The color combination works for me being born in the 70's. More subtle than the yellow gold IMO. Suprisingly, the (off the beaten path) AD had steel no date sub, explorer 1, explorers 2, GMT master 2 and air king as well.
Sad to see her go, but monitored the Calibre Bleu Diver for about a week and noticed she is running -20 seconds to -1min per day. Fortunately still under warranty, hoping all goes well and it gets done and resolved soon...how will I live without her on the wrist (granted only used on some special oc