Yes and no

Dec 31, 2018,01:29 AM
 

Hi the answer is yes and no. With a normal quick glance it does take some getting used to.

Funny enough, if you’re behind a computer typing, it’s very easy to read the time. Remember it was originally designed to read the time when holding the steering wheel of a car. It appears that if you’re typing the wrists are in same position.

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Every time I see it I love it

 
 By: Jurry : December 31st, 2018-01:02
This one is my absolute favorite. The platinum case the silver dial the blue hands are perfect The rotated dial makes it stand out ...  

Absolutely marvelous.

 
 By: Adamska : December 31st, 2018-01:19
Among my top ten wristwatches of all time . If I made an exact list it would certainly sit very close to the top . Cheers, Filip

Superb..

 
 By: Cpt Scarlet : December 31st, 2018-01:20
One of the Vacheron greats.

Agreed

 
 By: Jurry : December 31st, 2018-01:30
I fully agree. I’ve got the Harmony Annual Calendar and the Overseas chrono bu5 this one sticks out My next VC I’m going for will be the Traditionelle Perpetual Calendar Chrono in platinum as well

Stunning looking piece

 
 By: Mr.Gatsby : December 31st, 2018-01:25
I’m just wondering, is it weird trying to read the time at first look? I’d imagine it takes time to get used to it

Yes and no

 
 By: Jurry : December 31st, 2018-01:29
Hi the answer is yes and no. With a normal quick glance it does take some getting used to. Funny enough, if you’re behind a computer typing, it’s very easy to read the time. Remember it was originally designed to read the time when holding the steering wh... 

I definitely remember the steering wheel theory

 
 By: Mr.Gatsby : December 31st, 2018-01:37
Great piece.

One of my Fav VC till today 👌🏻😘

 
 By: Watchonthewrist : December 31st, 2018-02:08
Thanks for sharing

Thanks

 
 By: Jurry : December 31st, 2018-04:00
Mine to

Thanks [nt]

 
 By: Jurry : December 31st, 2018-08:32

I can imagine, I do too

 
 By: Geo : December 31st, 2018-08:14
and this white gold version with blue numerals is top. I just do not understand why the winow of the seconds is still in its's conventional way, it should have turned a bit as well, or am I ga, ga. GEO

Good point, Geo.

 
 By: Luis6 : December 31st, 2018-17:31
It will be perfect if the subdial is aligned. But I guess it doesn't really bother me, because I've never noticed it until you mentioned it.😄

Had the chance to handle one in person not long ago,

 
 By: Luis6 : December 31st, 2018-17:30
and I can totally understand your feeling. Just a beautiful timepiece. ...  

Excellent photo! [nt]

 
 By: amanico : December 31st, 2018-17:37

Hi

 
 By: Jurry : January 11th, 2019-10:47
Thanks. You may recall few months ago, when I posted pictures from South Africa, you gave some tips on photography Ever since I’ve been reading up on photography especially on objects photography I have a Nikon slr but this photo on this post was actually... 

I love this watch

 
 By: 11111 : January 22nd, 2019-08:48
The 37 mm in gold fits a smaller wrist perfectly and it brings a smile on my face every time her owner wears it. ...  

Both

 
 By: Jurry : January 24th, 2019-06:02
I belief both sizes are great. I’ve got fairly thin wrists but the large one wears comfortable and looks good. Occasionally, when she has the brown strap on it, I wear my wife’s 1921 which is the smaller one and lol,s equally good

They are both great

 
 By: Jurry : January 24th, 2019-06:04
...  

Yousef got a Point [nt]

 
 By: Jurry : January 24th, 2019-06:00

Wonderful shot

 
 By: 11111 : January 24th, 2019-09:54
I was very tempted to get myself the platinum, but in the end I decided to go on a different direction. I have so far managed to resist borrowing it and mount the brown strap, but when she wears down the carmine I may well do

Time will tell [nt]

 
 By: Jurry : February 5th, 2019-06:34