I am in a blue mood, today. I want to see Blue everywhere, from the sky to watches... As for the Memovox, Jaeger Lecoultre made some nice blue ones. Here is a selection of what I could see. E 855 Blue Scale: E 873: E 875: E 876 ( Credit picture: Meertz )
Black is cool powerful and eye catching. You know the white / silver dialed versions. These black siblings are really something: We could also add the Master Geographique Black: Not to mention the black series from the late 90's early 2000's such as the Q
So what do you guys think? Living in South Florida, I'm always looking for a comfortable strap that wont get damaged as quickly on an everyday watch. I had these custom made in green and blue, I know the Hometime is a 40mm case with 21MM x 18mm lug width.
The Boutique Edition from 2016 / The 2010 Edition. If we think of it, Polaris Memovox apart, it has been a long time we didn't have a new Memovox... A simple one, or combined to a perpetual calendar. It is time to work on that, don't you think? What would
In 2010, Jaeger Lecoultre revisited the Master Memovox. In 2016, we could see the Master Memovox Boutique Edition coming, with its superb blue dial. Since 195à, Jaeger Lecoultre made plethora of Memovoxes. Here the first reference, 3150, with its characte
I still have to find where I've put my review on this watch, but I wanted to share two pictures of this Black Memovox, with you. This is the only modern Memovox which also came with a tritium dial ( some were fitted with luminova, too ). And it is also th
In the early 2000's there was a watch which impressed me a lot for different reasons, the Master Grande Memovox. First of all because I don't know any other watch which associates a perpetual calendar to an Alarm. Then, because in the early 2000's, there
Due to that a lot of their people speak French as first language. A lot of their documentation and communication between each other is because of that in French, especially in the early days. My guess is that when JLC reintroduced the Memovox in to the ca