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Jaeger-LeCoultre: seconds marks on the flange

Maybe the hands are too short now, because JLC has moved the seconds and fractions of a second marks to the flange in cleaning up the dial in some ot their watches. Cheers, Christoph
11Y
By: sixties
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Very clean looking dial

without the tachymeter scale of the MCC2. The matt finished strap with grey stitching looks very nice, too. For my taste all hands could be a bit longer. They were probably taken from the smaller metal MCC2. With the black and white colour scheme i would prefer black hands with a lot of lume like in
11Y
By: sixties
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Glashütte Original: Thank you, Nicolas, for your encouraging words ...

highly appreciated. I'll try my best to be more active. But I have to admit that it always takes me some time to write a more or less decent post, as my english is not as good as i would like it to be, and that my interest in watches is quite seasonable. Cheers, Christoph
11Y
By: sixties
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Glashütte Original: Thank you, Art

Wow, i really feel honoured that a pic of mine has been chosen for the masthead. Cheers, Christoph
11Y
By: sixties
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Glashütte Original: 3 years old now ...

but till enjoying it. Pictures are new, though. Sorry, I am more a lurker here than a frequent poster. Cheers, Christoph
11Y
By: sixties
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Glashütte Original: Congratulations ...

to this awesome watch and thanks for your stunning pics. BTW, your pictures seem to be transformed from landscape to portrait at least on my computer making the watch look oval. Cheers, Christoph
11Y
By: sixties
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Glashütte Original: Could become GO's RO

Thanks for posting the pics, Jocke. I really like the design. The panorama date works much better here than in the Sixties, IMHO. It reminds me somehow of the digital displays of some quartz or radio controlled watches - which is meant as a compliment in this context as it shows some nice sense of h
11Y
By: sixties
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Zenith: Looking forward to learn more about the movements to come

Great interview and intriguing answers of Mr. Dufour. Happy to read that Zenith is not only redesigning its cases but is (apparently) working hard on technical innovations. I am especially interested in the new movement soon to be released which I hope will be a new base movement being somewhat bigg
11Y
By: sixties
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Glashütte Original: Cool looking watch

I have seen some press picture of the GO Panorama Date Seventies on other fora, too. Very cool looking, IMHO. An italian site is giving some details: It uses caliber 39-47 known fron the Sixties Panorama Date, the case size is 40mm and it comes with ruthenium grey, silver and blue dials. The grey di
11Y
By: sixties
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