no other single watch has spent as many hours on my wrist as this one. It is simply that good. We are well in to our nineth year together. Perfect in its own right. Here it is on a navy blue fpj strap, stealing a moments attention at work in the office.
Phillips quoted George Daniels when announcing an exhibition in Geneva this May to pay tribute to independent watchmaking: “ Independence is the utmost importance in life. Without it you are subject to the whims of other people. You are pinned down to a p
In one week, I saw much more FPJ than in my whole collector's life. I saw a Chronomètre Bleu in Geneva, and 3 days after, another one in Paris! The one which made a big impression on me is the " Blue " because of the combination of the tantalum case and t
There are not too many tantalum watches in the market. I have a huge fascination for this metal, due to its bewitching grey blue hue. Add a superb manual winding movement, and you have a great watch. Another good point, the blue dial, which works very nic
it is a great pleasure to hear about people getting interested in the wonderful world of FPJ. I think it is always most important to find the watch that suits you the best and sing to you the loudest, first and foremost. The Octa Divine is a super nice wa
My personal preference would be the Chronometre Souverain. I like the CS in large part because it is a manual winding watch. Not that FPJ's autos are any lesser, but winding the Sourverain is more fun. I love and enjoy winding my watches daily. As for box
My first post here so thanks for having me. I’d much appreciate some opinions on the watches I’m considering to enter the realm of FPJ with. I’m not in a position to buy brand new (as much as I’d like to be) so I have to look to the secondary market. Ther