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F.P. Journe: Two year olds, rocks and FPJs…

not a good combination. But sometimes you just have to wear these things and live life. Have a great weekend everyone!
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By: Journe1304
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Rolex: Nightlight

My 4 year old is afraid of the dark, so I strapped a Panerai to his bed so he could see something glowing and also know that I’m always there. My 2 year old isn’t afraid of the dark yet, but he’s been staring at my watch lume when I put him to sleep, so I thought I’d give the Polar a try…
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By: Journe1304
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Beautiful look!

I just got my strap today. How is yours wearing—is the canvas still crisp or do you have concerns about wear?
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By: Journe1304
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Officine Panerai: Glad you’re enjoying it!

I’m loving its (fraternal) twin, the 682. I’m putting it through its paces as well, and it suits all scenarios equally well:
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By: Journe1304
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Officine Panerai: He doesn’t…

but even if he did, this 111 is a beater, so there isn’t anything he could do that hasn’t already been done to it!
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By: Journe1304
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Officine Panerai: For the kids

My 4 year old is afraid of the dark these days, so I’ve been putting him to bed and strapping my 111 to his bed so he can see the lume and also know that I’m always here.
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By: Journe1304
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F.P. Journe: It’s all about your own taste.

I’ll echo what others have said about not worrying about what’s respected and collectible. I own a ‘respected’ and sought-after piece, the Chronometre Bleu, but I bought it years ago before it took on a life of its own. But I also own an older Octa Sport ARS before FPJ ditched the rubber, which make
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By: Journe1304
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