Your comment/reply is instructive, in that it at least shows us that Hodinkee (or others like) will try to make a lot out of this or that... while not considering whether the offering has real value to the collector. This is the lesson, 'morale' of your above 'story'. 35 seconds slow/fast??!! Jeeez.
It's THE watch I want right now. I hesitate for a few arguable reasons... I have heard some 'repeated' issues with QC... hope they are anomalies... also with JLC specifically...you need to buy pre-owned... and finally, I love this instant-classic SO MUCH... that I also await the many next versions,
If a watch sat that TALL on your wrist... and so ELONGATED on your wrist... well, I shan't go on... I owned an OS and was beyond excited to own it... but it was so MASSIVE in all directions... you get the point... for those whose wrists make short work of this 'architecture' God bless. I'll take and
Literally the most over rated watch of the last 5 years at least? And does my opinion matter? That's up to you, dear reader. Still, the flimsy bracelet that seemed 'cheap' when I bought at 17K... Still the boring-boring movement, when I bought at 17K... still the watch I 'stole' those years ago... a
It's too AP.. even though it is 'itself' enough... I need to see in metal... but at the same time... if it does not come across in cold pics, design-wise... perhaps it still needs something more to define itself in terms of design... ?
If we are swayed by this kind of watch... what exactly do we 'stand for'? It's nice, no doubt, etc. But what do we really have here? A Selitta (remember when ETA was the lowest level mvmnt?) with a nice color choice of dials? So what? Not to be unkind but... this is the Purists? What's original or m