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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Some day, I will show you an even more special version ;-)

It's in the safe at the moment and I don't think I took any proper pictures of it back then, so I'll have to remember digging it next time and post here...
11d
By: Clavi
1

Jaeger-LeCoultre: Can you post a wristshot ?

A wristshot, even from 20cm far ? I think any watch even at this level will show some degree of 'flaws' when you zoom in at X20...
9M
By: Clavi
0

Jaeger-LeCoultre: Your loupe is too strong

The max you zoom in, the more you will find 'flaws'. I just think you went too deep in magnification. Unless these are 100% machine made, you must accept some 'flaws' here and there. AFAIAK, it looks acceptable, especially the 'scratch' on the dial
9M
By: Clavi
1

Jaeger-LeCoultre: I believe the hands were totally correct

On that first picture, the alpha hands match the stamped-numerals dial I believe. Although the version is not the same one as in the brochure, I have seen a couple in this exact config (which looks great BTW)
10M
By: Clavi
1

Horological Meandering: There was also a hand-wound version with those hands

I used to own the prequel to the electrochron. I don't thnik it had a name. mayme manuochron would be fitting ! It lacked the electric arc styling cues in the second hand and logo, but the glorious hour hand is there
10M
By: Clavi
1

Jaeger-LeCoultre: I have information about this watch

and the information is : it is fake. All the way. not even a mariage Watch.
2Y
By: Clavi
2

Jaeger-LeCoultre: Actually this is an up / down indicator

This Pocket Watch is an 8-day movement, and the little window indicates the power reserve (in days) which in the current state is down hence the red indicator
2Y
By: Clavi
2

Jaeger-LeCoultre: Thinking of it, I think the 'futuristic' futurematic logo only ever appeared on the porthole

I don't remember ever seeing the arrow-stylized-f futurematic on any dial other than the porthole (and I have seen quite a few ! )
3Y
By: Clavi
2

Jaeger-LeCoultre: Well, few years have past, and I think it is still so wrong ;-)

I can appreciate that you like your watch and that you spend nice moments with it. But knowing it was 'fully restored by the manufacture' back then is quite a disgrace. This is clearly not right in any standard for a manufacture to restore a watch so outside of its original specifications (which I w
3Y
By: Clavi
1