Like many of us the Dufour chronograph was a long standing target for me. Not the black dial of the aforementioned but still with plenty of warmth and personality. I too had to sell a couple of nice watches to make this dream metal! I welcome my fellow Purists thoughts on this new addition!
We know that the Yellow Gold version came with a superb black dial, for a very attractive chromatic combination. Credit picture, Christies: Here, we have a micro edition of 5 pieces, issued in 2015, associating the yellow gold case with a superb, very elegant brown sunburst dial. Credit pictures: A
Another nice Galet Square from Laurent Ferrier. 41 mm steel case, copper / salmon dial, and the now famous micro rotor movement. I really appreciate the very elegant dial, its applied indices and these hands. The outcome is sumptuous. And the square case is working very well, here, too. Thanks to An
Hi, I would like to seek some guidance on what I should do. From the picture you can see the problem, 11 watches in a box for 10. I would like to reduce to 10, not so much because of the box, more because of the fact that I only wear one watch at a time. This only being the Seiko work watch box, you
I know there are people who prefer the medium version. It was my first choice too when I went to the store. But it felt awkwardly small on my wrists when I tried them. 35mm seems to be too small given the square case shape, compared to a 36mm Datejust which looks and feels right. So I settled for la