Got a call from AD.... Jumped off my bed.... skipped my breakfast.... Drove my self to pick up..... Unboxed... took a deep breath sniffing the FPJ smell ....Upwrapped my Salmon Lune! ....Drove myself around the town .....felt like celebrating worldcup vic
I was just about to put this watch away for the summer, but a small visit to the boutique changed my mind. The blue strap on the Octa Lune plays wonderfully with the moon-phase, and is a perfect summer strap. Yet again proving to be one of the most versat
Hi, please excuse the newbie question which may have been asked a thousand times - but where do you chaps source some of these great straps? I have just purchased a Octa Lune from an AD and there are no boutiques or other shops available here (Cayman). sm
My contact at the manufacture was so kind to send some pictures from the display cases.I was unable to attend the exhibition as our travel restrictions have been strengthened. I know a lot of people who would have liked to attend so here is a sneak peak.
Today I am wearing my Octa Lune to commemorate the new release this week. In 2015 I had a chance to purchase a NOS brass Octa RDM from the FPJ boutique and I regrettably passed on the opportunity. Needless to say I was excited to see the release and submi
They both use the Octa movement which is a great and precise movement. Getting an automatic caliber is also something that would complement your other pieces nicely. A great thing about the Octa caliber is the long power reserve. If you like to change wat
Sorry for my blunt post. I was lazy to type too much on iphone. I generally like clean airy dials 38-40mm and in this case, I would like something that captures the essence of Journe. Thats' how I picked CB in 2015 and CO in 2020. I am refreshing my colle
Sorry. That’s what happens when sitting on the bus and replying. Yeas the Lune in a completely different piece. More romantic as you say. My preference goes the the RDM though. (I own one) and honestly it took me a long time to “get it”. All the empty rea