Completely agree. Aside from Journe's many innovations and unique design language, there is a lot of practicality built in, which makes wearing a Journe piece a pleasant and satisfying experience.
Specifically I like the relative thinness of Journe pieces, and the way his watches can be set through simple crown adjustments or toggle/rocker switches rather than pushers.
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Why buy a boring Patek when…
…you could have bought something young and contemporary like this. This was the conclusion I came to many years ago when I wanted to “move up” the collecting ladder. The search for Patek led me to Journe. Thank you Thierry ! (This does not mean there are ...
Only one MB&F for me; the Frog.
Missed it a few times, hesitating on my side. And then prices went a little crazy. There are coming back to earth though, and while the chocolate frog is the ultimate aim I’d be ok with another.
Love the Frog
And when viewed upside down it is the happiest timepiece 8D
You're definitely not wrong!
Watch collecting shouldn't be restricted to one brand! Not even one medium. Watch collecting should be a lifestyle. Clocks at home. Mechanical watches on your wrist. Mechanical belt buckles around your waist. Mechanical cufflinks. A manual gearbox car... ...
Indeed Patrick. But…
…I still don’t see the attraction on the belt buckle. Maybe if I was single, it would or could be quite the party piece!
No worries at all!
Not everyone should like that belt buckle. Definitely a polarizing piece.