Picked this up recently and love it. As I mentioned in Ahoi's thread, its large dial and bold look are tempered by the blue hands and anonymous dial. For a big watch, it's very comfortable and hugs the wrist nicely.
It's a bit intimidating at 800 pages, but I've wanted to get more knowledgeable on the French Revolution and Napoleon for some time now. This book hopefully satisfies my quest. The P15 will be my companion for many of the hours reading this tome. Cheers. M4
After the WWW, let's now see the queen of the vintage Lecoultre military watches, the Mark 11, here for the R.A.A.F. This one belongs to the Batch from 1953, and has its typical ( for the RAAF, to be clear ) chimney plexy. My favorite among the 4 Jaeger Lecoultre military wrist watches I am lucky to
While mine doesn’t sport the more air travel suitable Aviation dial (and my luggage is still pre-Montblanc), I find the two make for a great combination. With being away at least three days a week for the past few months, I guess there’s plenty of luggage / watch shots that got taken While the watch