It must look silly, but try to put some blue dials under the light of the sun... Most of them will look harsh... It is not the case with the 1858 Tachymeter, It loves Sun: And cherry on the cake, one of the finest chronograph movements I know. What's not
I am not trying to make a comparison, but a year ago I would have been very excited about a new Breguet type XX, now I am just curious .... 😉 This one is hard to take off the wrist. And the original (which sadly I do not own!)
I have the big black lacquered 48 pound box for this watch, but honestly prefer something small for storage as it takes a lot of space and gets dusty 🤣 plus it is in the safe a lot anyways. I like these richemont service boxes, they have solid sides and w
Currently I am wearing my Montblanc Villeret seconde au centre retour a zero - a watch that is pretty rare in this community (maybe I am the only owner?) but it was tested and commented by some members. So I thought to add some further information. This w
This is my first Minerva chronograph watch that I received two months ago. It's very difficult to read the time because there's only one hand on a 24-hour clock, but it's fun. The difficulty of finding the Applique Index in Minerva also adds to the unique
I took a few more pictures in the morning natural light. It's a watch that reveals the movement directly, so it's different from a regular skeleton watch. I really like it, so I think I'll fall in love with it for a while. Have a great day!