Hacko's prices are a little on the high side.
There is a 16610 on his site now for $6,900.
When you think about it - you could actually throw in a return trip to Singapore and get the exact same watch, for cheaper.
There is little love because it was rightly or wrongly perceived by WISes to be an attempt by JLC to crack the macho man watch market.
It was perceived as schizophrenic, not in line with the usual company image - the real/imagined stereotypical JLC buyer is not usually what you'd call a big sports macho man watch person.
So it got little love from the usual JLC crowd and the big macho watch crowd stuck with their usual macho man watch brands.
The analogy that leaps to...
NS, thanks for providing a bit of backstory. It makes a bit more sense. You have already ticked the boxes; clearly there is no obligation to adhere to what we think as you are sort of at the medtech level of watch collecting.
I misread the nipple dial as a Sub, not the GMT - fair enough. I would rock a nipple-dialled Sub for giggles, but the GMT is sort of like a younger Kardashian I guess - i.e. who really gives a f*ck?
Good gracious, three Heuer Autavias? In your...
To paraphrase PG (remember him??) - Exackery. On a related note, the new 15202 (different colour date window to example above) is IMO superb, and I may have started saving already for it... Honestly do not think it is a good idea to trade 3 watches, each superb in their own right, for (IMO) the watch equivalent of baconaise, or a hot pink Ferrari.Think about it - IMO as a "design icon" it fails (a PG version of a luxury steel watch??), as a sports watch it fails (croc...