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F.P. Journe: Maybe something in Steel? :)

It seems you have all the metals covered... except steel! So, grow a few money trees and get something in steel, and the RM would be a perfect addition to your collection if your trees grow well! If not, my vote is for an Optimum, black label or a dial that's even rarer and lose whatever you love th
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By: IndieFan
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F.P. Journe: A Bleu for a rather blue day...

Stay safe and take care on FP Friday!
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F.P. Journe: It's great to dream in times like these...

Thanks for your post Christian, it certainly is a welcome relief when beautiful images like these are shared. Stay safe everyone, and keep on sharing these little treasures
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F.P. Journe: Your comment about the "power reserve indicator" is incorrect...

In the CO as shown here (and other manual wind pieces), the 0 indicates FULL, not empty. So, when you wind the watch it has most power when the hand points to the 0 (indicating how many hours since you last wound the watch), and the least power when its past the 40 in the red zone. So FULL power is
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By: IndieFan
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F.P. Journe: The Centigraphe just never grabbed me...

I've always viewed the Centigraphe as having the least appealing movement in the Journe catalogue of manual wind watches. I can look at the Optimum all day, but the Centigraphe has always struggled to grab my attention...
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By: IndieFan
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F.P. Journe: One of my favourites...

I need to take some more photos and share... the CO is an amazing piece and I too love the movement. An incredible FPJ!
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By: IndieFan
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F.P. Journe: An Official 2020 release?

I'm guessing this forms part of his 2020 official releases in rose gold and platinum? Is it being made in 40 and 42?
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By: IndieFan
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F.P. Journe: Welcome and Congratulations!

Your watch is beautiful and I've been on the hunt for a yellow dial version for quite some time as I love the Octa Lune!
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By: IndieFan
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F.P. Journe: I personally wouldn't mind it... the CB is so special, I'd be happy to add a CR or CV to my collection...

why not discontinue the CB and then run a CR or CV or some other color for 10 years etc? I wouldn't view it as a lazy approach, just something different that keeps the tantalum in the catologue, and that entry mechanical piece...
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By: IndieFan
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