[Since I just posted this in another thread, thought I'd share it for all who may not see it in the other place! Enjoy, let the fun begin.] JLC: medium expectations, highly unlikely to be met barring some shocking shake-up and "belle" horologie" focus. have abandoned the stable for those like... me.
Does this fit in with Mme Renier's "belle horologie" emphasis? I think not. She became CEO May 1, 2018. So, with SIHH 2020, we, the customers, will have had two years to see her impact on the company. Last year, SIHH2019, was a bust imho. Extreme lab, one would think, is a place to try new ideas on
1) JLC still has not put its new movement (925/2) with 70 hour power reserve in any other moon phase watches besides the master ultra thin moon enamel; why is this? what is it waiting for? 2) on the JLC website, the geophysic line is back and listed? when did this happen? it had been removed because
With the new year, I stopped by a Breitling boutique hoping to see the Navitimer Ref 806 1959 re-edition in steel: see stock pic attached. new movement, manual wind chronometer certified chronograph, 70 hr pr, 28,8 freq, 41 mm case, wr 3 bar, 22 mm lugs with leather strap tapering to 18mm. sounds ve