First time showing these watches into one picture. Not to compare which one is better as they were produced at different milestones in the Patek history. My conclusion is that each of them compliments each other (both from aesthetic and movement standpoint). What do you think?
A new Zeitwerk is born, this year: The Zeitwerk Date. The case is bigger than the original Zeitwerk (44, 2mm ) whilte the original was 41, 9 mm big, and tad ticker ( 12, 3 mm versus 12, 2 mm ). The combination of white gold and grey dial is very nice. But what about the date surrounding the dial? Th
After the unveiling of the Master Ultra Thin Moon steel, in 2011 and the black dialed version in 2015, Jaeger Lecoultre gives birth to a new iteration of this reference, in white gold, this time, and most importantly, with an original guilloché blue enamel dial. The Master Ultra Thin Moon in steel f
Nothing complicated about this one ... but it's a GREAT WEAR! For Grand Complications enthusiasts who usually don't get too excited without sub-dials and apertures, ... this uncomplicated timepiece possesses a special character. For those who like stealth luxury ... the 5522A is absolutely perfect!
I will obviously come back to the Code 11.59 collection. When I will write my article about the 3 hand version with white dial, I will have the feeling to play in "Saving Private Ryan". We will see! THE dial: 38mm are good! I love this one. It gathers the 42mm case, the 44mm pushers and the movement
I love the Bonbon collection. It is refreshing and it explores a territory which is not present in a too serious industry. Once again, Richard Mille gives the proof that a daring attitude combined with a high quality of execution can lead to a successful collection. To be honest, this collection got