Many thanks for all your very kind comments. It's such a lovely community here. My only reservation is the lack of colour throughout the engraving. I wonder if it would have been better to just have a plain engraving. However, the craftsmanship and level of detail is outstanding. And I love the dial
I never tire of seeing photos of this watch. Your choice of strap makes it a little more casual and versatile perhaps. I have a soft spot for the simple elegance of the 1931 and Tribute Small Second models, and am keeping my fingers crossed that next year's anniversary won't be focussed purely on co
I'm not a fan of the orange accents, the new hands, nor the line from 0-15. I am, however, excited by the screw down crown, the "notched" internal bezel, and the slightly slimmer height. Aesthetically, I much prefer the previous models such as 9008480 and Q9068681. Technically, I prefer the Mariner
...priced at £15,800, though the link to the JLC website doesn't appear to be working yet. The limited edition Polaris Memovox (903 8670) is still listed at £11,400. The Polaris Mariner Date is listed in the ad at £9,900.