Was not planned at all but after trying this yesterday at the AD and getting a good price (😏) I couldn’t resist. Nicolas, you were right, the FF NDC wasn’t the last 😎 But this is it for the next time until I sell some.
Cool back. I am studying Blancpain. Fifty Fathoms, a wish, and it must be in my collection. A Villeret, if i find a topper, i buy it. Bathyscaphe. The submariner. Ever heard of submersible? These vessels inspired the watchmakers when it comes to dive watc
The larger case size of 43.6 might throw some people off but the watch is well proportioned and wears comfortably on the wrist. The larger case size also allows for a larger dial which makes this watch highly legible in both bright and low light condition
I own a FF Bathyscaphe that comes with a nato strap and the metal parts are all stitched into the strap and keeps it in place. I would think the cloth strap can be replaced while keeping the (expensive) metal components but that would mean I would have to
Mr. Speake's own words, makes you feel pretty good and respected if you have a modern Fifty Fathoms. Please feel free to read Mr. Speake's de-construction of a modern 5015 below. www.thenakedwatchmaker.com
Dear All, Just picked up my air command from boutique today. The 42.5mm sized case doesn’t look too big on wrist, though slightly thick. The dial is really awesome. I know the bezel can be moved in both directions, for pilot to measure remaining time of f