A surprisingly well priced, single-button split-seconds chronograph.
An enormous number, but not, perhaps, a surprise (and a Journe in disguise went for less).
Damascus steel from the 19th century on a Chronomètre Souverain.
Is the wristwatch without the maker's name on the dial.
The story told by @thejourneguy.
A special version of the elegant striking wristwatch in stainless steel available only to current owners of an F.P. Journe.
F.P. Journe's self-winding wristwatches get a coffee coloured dial that has a tropical flavour.
Boasting a jumping digital hours and seconds while being surprisingly thin, the V III is a marvellous achievement.
The final chapter in the F.P. Journe jumping time display series is the best yet, with a first of its kind complication.
A tantalising hint as to what F.P. Journe has in store for 2017.