Features
Spotlight
Features
Featured Forums
IWC
Brand Forums
Lifestyle
Resources
ios
null

F.P. Journe: From a Monochrome Review

From a 2014 Monochrome review: “ The platinum case measures 40mm (note that the watch is also available in 42mm. The only thing that changes is the size of the bezel and of the lugs, both thicker. The dial remains the same diameter) and 10mm height.”
8M
By: mac
1

F.P. Journe: Agree with the others

If 40mm is your sweet spot, don’t go for the 42mm. You will regret it. 40mm is also my comfort spot for most watches. I think the Optimum wears bigger than most Journes. It definitely wears bigger than the 40mm Centigraphe (my favorite FPJ) since the bezel is narrower on the Optimum. Ultimately, I p
8M
By: mac
0

Horological Meandering: Totally agree

I like watch and it is very much a Bell & Ross. In person, it doesn’t resemble a PP or AP. It looks and wears very differently, being sportier and chunkier versus a sportier SS dress watch.
10M
By: mac
0

A. Lange & Söhne: Considered two models

From a marketing perspective, I think Lange did a nice job creating interest throughout the year, celebrating the anniversary year. Hopefully we will see more of that with releases during the year without huge wait times. I was disappointed with the selling model, though. I was interested in either
1Y
By: mac
2

Horological Meandering: Both great choices

I have owned both brands, but only have Zodiacs at the moment. I actually have too many, but I enjoy the colorful, casual vibe. They are great for the warmer weather and outside activities versus my other dressier watches. I am also surprised at the comments, such as nice watch, that they garner. My
1Y
By: mac
0

Horological Meandering: Enjoyed the review

I really like the look, and agree with the similarities between the Zenith and Patek. The fume dial looks great and the wire lugs should make it wear smaller than Moser’s other 42mm models. The only negative is the automatic movement. It really doesn’t make sense Moser would opt for that when they h
1Y
By: mac
0

F.P. Journe: How many turns

Can you ballpark the number of turns to be fully wound? I assume it may take a fair amount more than the datograph given the 80 hour power reserve. Thanks.
2Y
By: mac
1

F.P. Journe: FP Journe Centigraphe - Question

I have a question on winding the Centigraphe. I was told it would be similar to winding a Lange Chronograph (smooth and light), but I can't tell because the watch is already wound. Does the winding firm up as it reaches it end? Any idea on how many winds until it is fully wound? Any thoughts would b
2Y
By: mac
2

A. Lange & Söhne: Horrible to hear

Hopefully there will be some satisfaction ar some point..
2Y
By: mac
0