A lot of questions I receive are regarding signed or not signed crowns and the JL logo. To tell the
Another wooden beam post, another Zenith Captain Chronometer… But this time not a classic looking one!
So, last week we looked at three generations of Jaeger-LeCoultre Chronometers, this week I thought we would have a closer
Today on the wooden beam I like to share my Omega 2914-4 Railmaster. Based on the movement number, from 1960.
When it comes to the Memovox, I think the most classic of them all is the Jaeger-LeCoultre reference E 855
A very intriguing watch, the Enicar Healthways. So many “odd and quirky” details, so much to discover! While reading up
OK, long over due, here are my thoughts on the new Jaeger-LeCoultre Polaris Memovox! I hesitated to put my thoughts