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WAKE UP WITH WATCHES: AP Royal Oak Chronograph & Rolex Daytona Action: FP Journe

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  • WAKE UP WITH WATCHES: AP Royal Oak Chronograph & Rolex Daytona Action: FP Journe

    Two tourbillon regulators

    Mar 25, 2020


    WatchBox Reviews

    • Alain Silberstein Tourbillon Volant (flying tourbillon) $16,950
    • A Lange & Sohne Lange 1 Perpetual Calendar Tourbillon 720.032F $219,950
    • A Lange & Sohne Zeitwerk Striking Time 145.029 $84,950
    • A Lange & Sohne Datograph Flyback 403.035 $49,500
    • A Lange & Sohne Richard Lange Tourbillon Pour Le Merite 760.025F $139,950
    • Arnold & Son CTB 1CHAR.S01A.C120A Chronograph True Beat $10,950
    • Arnold & Son UTTE 1UTAG.S04A.C121G Ultra Thin Flying Tourbillon $16,950
    • Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Chronograph 26331ST.OO.1220ST.01 $29,950
    • Breguet Classique Chronograph 3237BA $11,950
    • Breguet Classique Day Date Moonphase 3337BA/1E/986 $14,950
    • Breguet Tradition 7027BR/R9/9V6 $14,950
    • Bremont Jaguar E-Type Chronograph E-TYPE-MKII-WH $4,950
    • FP Journe Tourbillon Souverain (Jade Tourbillon, 40mm, platinum)
    o Email tmosso@thewatchbox.com for pricing
    • FP Journe Tourbillon Remontoir (Fourth Series, 38mm, platinum)
    o Email tmosso@thewatchbox.com for pricing
    • FP Journe Centigraphe F (Centigraphe “Ferrari, 40mm, bracelet, platinum)
    o Email tmosso@thewatchbox.com for pricing
    • Patek Philippe Calatrava Weekly Calendar 5212A-001 $44,950
    • Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona 116576TBR (platinum, diamonds) $149,950
    • Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona 116520 $19,950
    • Rolex Oyster Perpetual Sky-Dweller 326934 (blue dial, GMT annual calendar) $21,950

    Buy luxury watches from the comfort of your own home as host Tim Mosso guides a curated safari of top watch brands including Swiss standards Rolex, Audemars Piguet, Patek Philippe, Breguet, F.P. Journe, plus A. Lange & Sohne of Glashutte, Germany. Sports watches, dress watches, tourbillon watches, and dive watches are on the breakfast menu this morning on WatchBox Reviews.

    Rolex watches play an unconventional role thanks to an unusual complication and two Daytona chronographs from different schools of taste. The Rolex Daytona in stainless steel with matching bezel and black dial is a discontinued model and a purist’s Rolex. In comparison, the extravagant platinum Daytona with baguette hour indices and baguette diamond bezel is an ice-blue spectacle for a confident dandy. Finally, the 42mm stainless steel Sky Dweller is a practical annual calendar GMT that puts to rest questions about Rolex’s skill with complicated watches.

    Audemars Piguet’s legendary Royal Oak arrives in a spectacular post-2017 form; the blue grande tapisserie dial pairs with silver chronograph registers in a 41mm stainless steel case. This watch can be described as a blue-tinted “inverse panda” dial for chronograph watch aficionados.

    FP Journe impresses with two tourbillon watches and a sensational Ferrari-inspired Centigraphe. The FP Journe Tourbillon Remontoir is the original 38mm Journe tourbillon with constant force device; the example is a fourth series watch. A show-stopping green dial Journe “Jade Tourbillon” from the later Tourbillon Souverain family offers one of Journe’s rarest dials in a signature model. Finally, the Jean Todt-inspired Centigraphe F is a 1/100th-of-a-second chronograph enlivened by Scuderia Ferrari’s signature racing red.

    Patek Philippe brings only one watch to the table, but it’s a standout: the 2019 Calatrava Weekly Calendar. This stainless steel 40mm calendar watch includes dial text based on handwriting and a next-generation caliber 26-330 automatic movement with hacking seconds.

    Four spectacular timepieces from Germany’s A. Lange & Sohne stun courtesy of two tourbillon regulators, a perpetual calendar, a fusee and chain, and a flyback chronograph that needs no introduction: the Datograph!

    "Flesh could not keep its glamour, nor eyes their sheen. They would go to nothing soon. But monsters are forever"



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    If destruction be our lot, we must ourselves be its author and finisher.
    As a nation of freemen, we must live through all time, or die by suicide".
    Abraham Lincoln

  • #2
    Always an impressive line up!Thanks Mike.

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