That won’t surprise you as you know my tastes but the element of this watch I love the most is its Aventurine dial
Nevertheless, I regret that all the sub dials are too concentrated and a too small ExoTourbillon for the case size of this timepiece in my opinion.
It’s a little bit like if Montblanc didn’t know which element of its watch they wanted to highlight (Aventurine, Tourbillon, sub date dial...).
This dial mainly lacks of “breathing” for me. A better layout and it would have been much much better in my opinion. My two cents.
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I see what you mean...
The overall R200 architecture only allows for a certain layout, I guess. Do you prefer the overall balance of the TimeWalker ExoTourbillon Minute Chronograph, which uses the same movement? Thanks for your input, Alkiro!
Dilemma indeed :)
And one easier to solve without a chronograph complication, as shown by the Slim...
I love your reviews.
Not just thorough, but you make interesting points when you compare the watch under the microscope with others from the same brand; or with similar complications.
That's not cosmic dust
KMII, Thanks for the review. When I saw the photo, my initial though was: "He should have wiped the dust off the glass," Then, I realised it was not dust on the glass but the cosmic highlights on aventurine dial. I like the Rieussec chronograph layout tha...
Thanks for your thoughts, MTF!
Definitely agree with you in your verdict - fun piece for special moments! And on the issue of the tourbillon being a tad distracting while not harming the chronograph readability at the same time.