My first sampling of a memovox movement was in an IWC GST alarm. It was a great watch, but the cursive International Watch Company printing seemed at odds with the Bauhaus design of the rest of the watch. Then I had the Memovox compressor pictured. The al
At that time, more than ten years ago, I took some crazy photos. Here is one of them, featuring what I consider to be three of the best Jaeger Lecoultre. The Septantième for its blend of classicism and modernity, the Master Minute Repeater for its innovat
I like the pure dial with the simple chrono layout. Mine has been my go to track watch for several years. I’m amazed with how well the case has resisted any scratches despite very active wear. My only gripe is that the original strap was a bit cheesy.
First : The black dial 😬 Second : Much more nods to the automotive world than the first Amvox 2: Sub-dials / paddles, dial / car counter, mechanisms at 6 o'clock / car brakes, visibility of the mechanism / engine 😬 On the top of that… the dbs look makes a
I recalled that I was blown away by the ingenuity of the design. It has a very strong design ID and ties in well with how well made an Aston Martin is. I remembered fiddling with it at the shop, and regretted not taking this piece when it was within grasp