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4 months in and I can't get enough of this. I'm appreciating it more and more each day.

The versatility of Journe watches is what gets me; the fact that there are many strap options for every watch makes me feel like I own a hundred watches when in fact I own a few. Every strap I put on turns the watch into a completely different one. I can wear this watch while I’m dressed formally, o
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By: nkfs
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Hong Kong taxi

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By: Jurry
10
Jurry
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Hands on review of Kudoke 2

As he won the Prize in the Petite Aiguille Category at GPHG just one year ago, Stefan Kudoke came to the foreground and his notoriety made a big jump in the world of watch aficionados. He was actually the first independent watchmaker from Germany to be awarded by the prestigious Grand Prix d’Horloge
6h
By: Mike H
5
amanico
148

Farmland

7h
By: EinPa
4
Jurry
88

The Crown : Three generations

Sorry about the dust, will try again another day. The middle one (16520) is still the favourite.
7h
By: Jay (Eire)
10
amanico
215

Saturday night dinner at home.

Steak Diane, fettuccine Alfredo, asparagus Cheers Tony
7h
By: aperna
11
Jurry
220

After 8 years of daily wear...

This watch still amazes me. I force myself to wear my sub but there really is zero comparison. Milgauss calls me back every time. Maybe it’s the absolutely perfect case, with its perfect weight, sitting high but not too high on the wrist...then there’s the dial colour....sometimes sad, sometimes hap
8h
By: Sportster
6
amanico
301

Jaeger Lecoultre Hybris Artistica Duometre à Grande Sonnerie.

Now, if rare has a true meaning, we can safely that the Duometre à Grande Sonnerie Hybris Artistica is really rare, as it is a piece unique. The special thing? Its Crystal dial: To date, the most complicated modern Jaeger Lecoultre wristwatch, with a bit more than 1300 pieces for the movement, and,
8h
By: amanico
4
Jurry
164

For the pleasure of the eyes: Ulysse Nardin Marine Tourbillon Enamel White and Blue.

I am not a fan of tourbillons, but here, I would gladly make an exception. White, Blue, White or Blue? For me, here, the White, which I find less spectacular but more subtle. You? Best, Nicolas
8h
By: amanico
9
Jurry
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