I agree with you Nicolas, the polaris has to be memovox. I also agree the price is somewhat on the high side but there are no other offerings like it to compare. I also keep in mind that what I paid for the Pepsi GMT Master 2 is more than the retail for t
As a huge Polaris Fan, I must say that the Polaris has to be a Memovox. It is its " raison d' être ". Now you have the choice between the original, the Tribute, the 50th Anniversary and this one. The Polaris Memovox Mariner adds a strong touch of modernit
Hi fellow members of the JLC sub forum. Looking for some feedback and guidance. I am eying the Polaris Mariner Memovox quite a lot and wonder what is every owner experience with it since it has been unveiled 2 +years ago. To me Memovox is as tied to JLC a
So close and so different. Hard to pick a favorite, here. The Polaris 65 existed with Dauphine hands, too: And, in the Jaeger Lecoultre version, without the text " Alarm Calendar ', just " Automatic ". Best, Nicolas
It's been a while since I've posted anything... Lack of time, other things that occupy me, few/no new models that make me vibrate... except vintages. But here I am again with the desire to share these three JLC with double barrels. The Duomètre A Chronogr
Team, - as you well know, the Alarm is maybe the most coveted, and very well known complication of the JLC portfolio, and as some of you might know, the collection of Memovoxes (MMV) from Le Grand Maison, is one of the central focus points of my stables..