These are perfect, aside from the name on the dial. It makes me want to contact Andersen Geneve--which I seem to recall does custom work for surprisingly reasonable prices--and ask them to make me one just like these, but sans logo!
And yours looks beautiful out there! One real advantage about watches, like this one, that aren't darlings of the market, is I could hold out on buying one until I found the exact right example. And when I did find it, it didn't cost any more than any other one would have! We here know how perfect t
I sometimes have used the 'flip a coin' method, not to decide, but to figure out where my heart really lies. "Heads, VC. Tails, Lange." Flip. It comes up tails. You feel relieved: means you really want the Lange more. You feel annoyed: means you really want the VC more. (This method is not fool-proo
The city names SHOULD be a joy. Last year, when travel of any kind was not happening, I took a lot of pleasure in using my 5110 to travel for me--I'd set it to Paris one day, Tokyo the next, Mexico the third. There are city choices on mine that disappoint me, but none that OFFEND me. If there were,
The NATO strap *is* blasphemous! The fact that the blasphemer *enjoys* blaspheming is irrelevant. Wrong is wrong. Enjoying wrong doesn't make it right, it makes you bad. All the other straps are great! I love all three. The 5110 dresses down on calf really nicely, and, as you're showing here, handle