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Today in Austrian Alps.

 

PS: why the hell there're no "skiing" watches? smile.gif

 

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Today in Austrian Alps.

PS: why the hell there're no "skiing" watches? smile.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Aside from this one, you mean. wink.gif

http://www.styleforum.net/t/36253/the-watch-appreciation-thread/18300_100#post_6160885
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When one escapement isn't enough...

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When one escapement isn't enough...

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JLC Duometre??

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Not the two best watches, I grant you (forgive me), but I like them all the same. Forgive the crummy smartphone photos. In my study at home today (with a nice cuppa)...


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JLC Duometre??

No, JLC Duometre is not enamel and is dual barrel. Hmmm looks like an indy.
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No, JLC Duometre is not enamel and is dual barrel. Hmmm looks like an indy.

fairly certain its an indy.
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wraith - nice wrist-wear.
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fairly certain its an indy.
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wraith - nice wrist-wear.

Either I missed it or shortly after I posted the details are now included right below the watch.

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wraith - nice wrist-wear.

Thank you smile.gif
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Either I missed it or shortly after I posted the details are now included right below the watch.

Its sort of an indie...

No my sig does not refer to the watch in the photo.
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Its sort of an indie...

No my sig does not refer to the watch in the photo.

i checked the link in your sig, i saw that was not it. what then is it? a custom piece by a non-indy?
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wraith - my plesh!
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Its sort of an indie...

No my sig does not refer to the watch in the photo.

Now you are just teasing smile.gif.
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^^^ Thanks Cylon.  You can't beat manual-wind for a slim-fitting watch.  I hear you on thickness - and diameter, for that matter.  It's both a matter of wrist size, and just subjectively what fits your eye. 

Agreed. Would love to get my hands on a NOS Zenith El Primero hand wound.

:-)
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Now you are just teasing smile.gif.

Haha I'd like to hear thoughts on the movement design and finishing before I reveal the maker.

It's a small producer and the dial is a bespoke painting in cloisonne enamel. The movement and enamelling are all designed and done in-house.

The watch is 43mm but the movement still fills such a large case up nicely.
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