i would agree with that. i had an ebel a while back that had a large date. it was nice, but the vertical separation was a bit of a peeve. even thought the digits were separated by thin bar between the 2 digits, essentially creating 2 windows, the separation was still noticeable.
Originally Posted by Kid Nickels
what model is that JLC? any pix?
reverso squadra hometime. i posted a pic a while back. i post another later if toy like. stock pics are easy to come buy, but it aint the same.
Originally Posted by imageWIS
Thats a much better investment than: Kiton suit, Charvet shirt and a Casio watch.
Originally Posted by Cylon
Good life lesson for everyone: don't be a dick.Applies to styleforum
. Applies to life.
lolwat? that would be nice.
Originally Posted by mafoofan
^^^ Semantics aside, the Spring Drive movement is fundamentally different from traditional mechanical movements in that it is not operating by a spring-driven balance wheel. Rather, it is regulated by an electrically powered circuit. Yes, there is no battery, but i think it is nonetheless a stretch to call such a device purely "mechanical."
yes. any watch that has a battery/electrically powered energy source i would not call mechanical. but, im a watch douche, dont pay me no mind.