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Horological Meandering: Watch “needs”

I have been thinking that I would be quite happy to reduce my collection to the the 3 R’s - a Rolex (for me the 16710 Pepsi), a Reverso (1931 Rouge) and Royal Oak (15202ST). The only trouble is that it means parting with the others....
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By: Tiggermelad
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: I like mine just as it is!

2011-14 was a great time for JLC. How did you manage to walk around Singapore with an automatic watch without it changing the time from 10:28:32?
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By: Tiggermelad
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Love the black!

Coincidentally I have been seriously thinking about the earlier Master Calendar moon-phase (37mm) in black. The silver hands and moon look so much better with a black dial.
1M
By: Tiggermelad
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: It’s a lovely watch..

..judged on its own merits. The movement is really interesting and the blue dial is stunning. But it’s even more of a chimera than the standard model - the lume plots on the rehaut, the cross-hairs and the name on on the dial all say “Geophysic”, while the hands and the date are saying “Geomatic”. P
1M
By: Tiggermelad
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WristScan: You’d have thought..

.. that between the six of them they should have figured out that they needed to dig a hole to put the plant in.
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By: Tiggermelad
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Wouldn’t you say..

...that the real modern successor to the Geomatic is the Geophysic True Second?
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By: Tiggermelad
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Photography: Lovely photos.

When I first arrived in Tokyo one of my first weekend trips away was to Karuizawa. I sometimes think that when I retire I should like to live for a while in a small town in Nagano (but I don’t think my wife would be too keen on the idea!)
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By: Tiggermelad
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