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Jaeger-LeCoultre: When I was buying my brand new Reverso

I was so distracted by the search for an example without a scratched case that I didn't give the dial much thought other than to check for a known issue with the alignment of the minute track on the front dial
4d
By: robsallnow
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: I think that's a fantastic idea and execution....

now you just have to create the rest of the pack and you can invent Reverso Poker.....although don't scratch the cases when you shuffle!!
8d
By: robsallnow
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: What madness was that?

I had the option to go for the boutique edition when buying my dream Reverso but settled for the regular version of it, and I’m wearing it as I type
16d
By: robsallnow
2

Jaeger-LeCoultre: What strap is the Burgundy on?

Nice pair of Reversos
26d
By: robsallnow
1

A. Lange & Söhne: It might be the one you like but

it’s nowhere close to being the best rectangular watch in history. That would be a Tank or a Reverso....or Rolex Prince
1M
By: robsallnow
1

Jaeger-LeCoultre: I like these a lot

They seem to have addressed the issues I had with the previous version of the Polaris Date that stopped me buying one, the faux patina and the poor power reserve and added a display back that I wanted....now the downside seems to be that they have in effect put it beyond my price range with the mand
1M
By: robsallnow
1

Jaeger-LeCoultre: That's lovely

what model is that?
2M
By: robsallnow
1

Jaeger-LeCoultre: Ok but.....

it doesn’t make them wise 😆
2M
By: robsallnow
0

Jaeger-LeCoultre: Hints of that watch (ie the dial colour)

were made in the later version of the current Polaris but no company would be wise to make a full tribute to that one
2M
By: robsallnow
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