There are few watches which really please me in colored gold. I surprised myself to be tempted by the Geophysic Cross Hairs in yellow gold, the vintage, I mean, and, among the moderns, this Tribute to Geophysic in rose gold. Of course, it naturally is an
From 2012 to 2016, Jaeger Lecoultre sent me some watches to test them for a while. The Tribute To Reverso Red, in 2012: The Deep Sea Chronograph Cermet in 2013: The Duomètre Unique Travel Time, during a memorable trip in South California, in 2013: The Tri
However, there is just little sense in that model to begin with. The whole idea to get a product line based on the name & essence of an historical model is just a failure. And it was already showing with the geophysic product line. There was the tribute.
I have some informations, but they are confidential. To have such discussions, you need to build a faithful / trustful relation, and it takes time. A long time. So don't be sad! As for your remarks on the TT Geophysic, you summed its pros and cons very we
When the TTG was announced in 2014, these were the major issues: 1) Lack of manual wind central second movement, thus the revised stock movement sans date 898/1, adjusted to a tighter tolerance. 2) Size: at 38.5mm case, a modern size however due to the mi
I referred to this in another thread recently. I thought the second number on the case (seven digits, no stops) was the serial number of the individual watch. Is that what you mean by “case number”? But what is the other number? It is clearly not the refe
One was recently auctioned ( Antiquorum ). Not so bad, but the dial is let's say tired. The hands are correct, as Dauphine hands existed for this model, but the dots on the glass keeper are not here anymore. Now, the Good: Everything is here, the dial is
It keeps changing its focus (RIP Geophysic, Polaris line is odd, now "haute" horology again, Atmos is not svelte nor does it have consistent design language, master line has far too many models, keep changing sizes of Reverso line, and on and on) But I lo