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Patek Philippe: It is 'small' but

the use of it allows the dial to not be flat within the thickness of the watch. This leads to a fine aesthetic face IMO. R
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F.P. Journe: Which shows.....

You might just as well have used the package space in the watch to provide a bigger higher power balance. 🤣
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F.P. Journe: here:

www.watchprosite.com
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F.P. Journe: Just remember it's really a Foudroyante....

masquerading as a 1/100th resolveable chronograph. Our dearly departed Velociphile did some analysis of the relationship between true elapsed time and time shown measured by the Centigraphe. I can't find the post right now. Good luck in your search. Rapwatch
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Vacheron Constantin: It's all about proportions...

Bravo on your choice. I particularly like the sub seconds on this. Rap
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Horological Meandering: As I said, unless there is a specific reason.

I don't know your watch. If in any doubt go forward.
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Horological Meandering: Unless there is a specific reason to only advance, it is preferable to take the short route

to your desired time to minimise wear on the cannon pinion. Using the drag here to stop non-hacking movements also does no damage. So do not worry friends, none of you have done any damage/wear by winding backwards. R P.S. I checked and yes, FPJ instruction manual says, "strongly recommended not to
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