it seems like FPJ's design would have a larger sliding surface between the locking jewel and the escape wheel compare with the Charles Frodsham's natural escapement, which has another smaller locking jewel in the center of the lever, which locks with every 2 "swings" of the lever. If that makes sens
more suitable for more sportive activities. I read that the Linesport collection is born as they are owners asking for a Journe that they can wear while engaging in more physical activities. Were there any changes made to the shock absorbing system? Thanks.
The difference between Daniel's double impulse escapement and those of similar designs from FPJ and KV. I saw that FPJ's design has no locking jewel in the center of the detent, can't find much details on the KV one. Would anyone have more details? Thanks.
combined with the short lugs it looks like as if the watch is stretched taut over the wrist, giving the image of under tension and muscular, like a tiger ready to strike, if that makes sense. Not sure that's the image they would like to portray but it looks as such to me and I like it!
But I'm curious about the case back seal, this photo in particular: As the case back logo is always in the correct alignment, would anyone know how is the caseback sealed? I can't really tell from the photos.