My guess is that it could well be from the 50's or 60's, with its yellow gold case, its triple date and its chronograph. A pure marvel of classicism I had the pleasure to see some 3 years ago. It is such a beauty that I didn't forget it. I would have love
To fight against moroseness for those who have just come back to work... I enlarged and cleaned the pictures. This watch is pure magic, associating automatons and sonnerie à la demande. Well, it is not a daily wearer, unless you work in some special activ
Finally got round to taking a picture of it! Mentioned in someone's post that I'd wanted one without ever seeing one in the flesh (so to speak)! I got on and got it, really happy. Fits great, the strap is very comfortable with plenty of micro adjustments.
No, gentlemen, don't even come to think that I am currently thinking about starting to love jeweled watches! But there are few exceptions which are worth being mentioned. For example, a Jaeger Lecoultre Reverso Platinum Skeleton with its sapphire on the c
I've got watches with GMT and 'hidden' hometime hands, but the Dual Time Big Date's way of indicating hometime in 24 hour format is so much easier to read. On top of that, the pushers make going through the time zones very easy. This being a UN travel wat