I really like the applied numerals, which are curved on top, instead of flat. It gives a wonderful play of light and visual interest to the dial. Total class — understated, discrete and impeccable. And the blue cashmere strap gives a wonderful air of insouciance and casual elegance. This is my idea
I made 4 regulations over a 4-month period to get my Atmos to its current accuracy of a 1-minute gain over 1 month. You make an adjustment and then wait 4 weeks before making any next adjustment. And then wait another 4 weeks, etc. It started nearly 20 minutes fast (over a 4-week period) fresh out o
I was surprised by my Nomos cordovan strap. The photos on the website showed a matte finish, but upon arrival the strap actually has an extremely high gloss finish. It cheapened the look, unfortunately. Ano “Patent leather pumps, anyone?” Nuevo
JLC has created a confusing situation with the straps in the “Fagliano Collection.” All are designed by Fagliano, but not all are made by Fagliano in their Argentina facility. For both the blue and burgundy Tribute To Small Seconds, the descriptions on the JLC website were careful to state that the
From an earlier post... I’ve got the blue, too. If I had to choose just one (Agony!) I’d choose the burgundy because it is so beautiful and less often seen in a dial than is the blue. Both are handsome watches, of course. Ano “A harsh but fair judge” Nuevo
Thank you for the diplomatic correction. I’ve taken to typing without thinking. Some would say that’s been my usual practice for years. When I tried on the Tonneau, I was surprised by its effortless and comfortable fit, because watches with long lug-to-lug distance typically don’t work on my wrist.