On my wrist this Saturday

Feb 09, 2019,03:31 AM

I have been wanting to photograph this watch for quite some time.

First serious effort at a close up of this special movement, with some editing.
Although it does not get much wrist time and I nearly let it go, I am glad I didn't.
Have a great weekend.

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Hello Nicolas

 By: 11111 : February 9th, 2019-03:57
Thanks. I am on it. Since you posted that impossible photo of the Lange chronograph movement, I have rekindled with the old macro. I will post them as I go along. Hagwe. Benjamin

Great picture

 By: Jurry : February 9th, 2019-04:42
Great picture One Day, when I have the time to do so, I will learn how to do that

Thank you Jurry

 By: 11111 : February 9th, 2019-04:56
Saturday is a great day to do these things. Have a restful day. Benjamin


 By: Jurry : February 9th, 2019-19:52
Especially Saturdays when it’s raining Only problem is: it never rains where I live haha

Thank you FabR

 By: 11111 : February 9th, 2019-07:29
Will do

Arguably the finest...

 By: watchme : February 9th, 2019-07:16
automatic movement ever created: JLC 920 ala AP2120/AP1120/PP28-255. Beautiful macro. Thanks for sharing! -Dean

Thanks Dean

 By: 11111 : February 9th, 2019-07:32
My pleasure. I am trying to get a decent view of the rolling rubies beneath the rotor, but so far they have been quite elusive.

Some inside photos of the 1120 movement

 By: cazalea : February 9th, 2019-08:03
I'm sorry these aren't better -- they come from a watch I worked on early in my training -- and it had had a very hard life before it arrived on my bench. Here the rotor is removed, and you can see the 4 ruby rollers, each retained by 2 screws and a small...  

Thank you very much Cazalea

 By: 11111 : February 9th, 2019-09:21
And I am extremely impressed that you got it running. In a way your photos and your reviving of that Vacheron are a testimony in themselves. Even in that condition, after such careless treatment, the movement in your photos exudes quality and the final ou... 

Thank you Jerry

 By: 11111 : February 9th, 2019-10:52
It is a special piece indeed. Unfortunately I can not wear it for very long, but it is a beautiful watch with a great movement.

Great picture 👍, Benjamin!

 By: runie(1) : February 9th, 2019-10:34
I tried several times to get good pictures of the 2120, but I failed... ...  

Thank you Runie

 By: 11111 : February 9th, 2019-11:04
I quite like your photo. I am not sure if the glass on the AP gets anti-reflective treatment. In your photo, the PP glass is invisible, but not so on the AP. Taking decent photos of the dial is proving a major challenge. It reflects every bit of light tha... 

Thank you Michael

 By: 11111 : February 10th, 2019-08:47
Here is the dial side of my well-used RO. In the end... I could not let it go. Best. Benjamin. ...