Very nice. Congrats!

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My first JLC

 
 By: Marcus Hanke : September 16th, 2021-19:22
is a Reverso - of course. The most classic of all JLCs, and browsing through the posts on this forum, this particular model appears to be very popular. Marcus ...  

Congrats! Beautiful pics.

 
 By: Stoikos : September 16th, 2021-19:36

Congratulations! Such a nice piece!

 
 By: Reuven Malter : September 16th, 2021-19:46
Have you thought about the colorful tributes, too? Why did you went with this version?

My favourite Reverso originally was the Gran Sport Chrono ...

 
 By: Marcus Hanke : September 17th, 2021-09:10
... but back then, I could not afford it. Last year, JLC decided to "honour" its local sales partner, that had nursed JLC for decades (since VDO ownership), also through difficult times, by withdrawing the sales concession, because the shop's location wou... 

Thank you very much for your detailed explanations.

 
 By: Reuven Malter : September 17th, 2021-14:34
Jlcs behaviour is a shame, though!

Well done enjoy.

 
 By: pmh6000 : September 16th, 2021-19:51

Very nice - enjoy wearing it :)

 
 By: jml_watches : September 16th, 2021-20:05

Amazing pics!

 
 By: lm6 : September 16th, 2021-20:15
And congratulations to a very nice classic watch. You can't go wrong with that one!

So Happy To Read You!

 
 By: patrick_y : September 16th, 2021-20:26
And YES! The Reverso with its Art Deco appearance is what got me first interested in watches!

Very nice. Congrats!

 
 By: RabidManatee : September 16th, 2021-23:05

Indeed, it took a long time until my first JLC.

 
 By: Marcus Hanke : September 17th, 2021-09:13
Basically, I always wanted a rectangular watch, but on the paper, most (affordable) Reversos appeared to be too small for me. However, this experience once again proves that pure figures are very different when it comes to the subjective presence, especia... 

Welcome to the flip side, Mr Hanke!

 
 By: wover : September 17th, 2021-05:53
Very nice first and second photographs btw