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Where are the updates? I’m at Fratellowatches!

Where are the updates? I’m at Fratellowatches!

If you wondered why there haven’t been updates at in2watches.com lately, the answer is here. I’ve teamed up as a contributor with Fratellowatches. Fratellowatches is currently the 4th largest blog on wristwatches in the world and I was honored to have the possibility to join long-time watch friend Robert-Jan Broer and photographer Bert Buijsrogge....
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Jaeger-LeCoultre @ the Masters of LXRY fair in Amsterdam

Jaeger-LeCoultre @ the Masters of LXRY fair in Amsterdam

Last Friday evening, on invitation by Jaeger-LeCoultre (thank you very much for that) I visited the ‘Masters of LXRY’ fair in the Amsterdam RAI complex. This fair was previously known as the ‘Millionaires Fair’ however, ironically, went bankrupt last year. This year the same fair, with the same exhibitors, was held again – with...
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Jaeger-LeCoultre, Reverso Grande Date

Jaeger-LeCoultre, Reverso Grande Date

One of the most beautiful and interesting Reverso’s, the Reverso Grande Date with power reserve indicator (JLC reference number 300 84 20). This manual winding watch has a power reserve of eight days, hence has only to be wound once a week. It was sold new in 2005 and was just fully serviced at...
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Jaeger-LeCoultre Memovox Deep Sea

Jaeger-LeCoultre Memovox Deep Sea

In 1959, Jaeger-LeCoultre introduced the first automatic diving watch equipped with an alarm: the Memovox Deep Sea. Three years earlier, in 1956, Captain Jacques Cousteau had unveiled the splendours of undersea life in his famous film “The Silent World”, which caused an unprecedented craze for the new diving techniques that he had developed using...
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