Interested in learning about F.P. Journe’s Quantieme Perpetual Jade Dial timepiece? Join Tim Mosso for an expert review of this striking watch.
The Design (0:31)
This 42mm platinum timepiece features a Jade dial with the discontinued cloverleaf design. Because of its size, it allows the dial to breathe a little better with a balance that has a notably positive feel on the wrist. Additionally, this model features a F.P. Journe factory strap with a rubber underlay that isolates the alligator leather from the moisture of the wrist—ultimately leading to longer lasting leather.
The Movement & Function (3:08)
Boasting an impressive 160-hour power reserve and the world’s friendliest perpetual calendar, this watch leverages the latest version of the caliber 1300. Overall, it’s a more efficient unidirectional winding action. Lastly, this piece features hours, minutes, day, date, month, and a leap year indicator as well.
The Dial (2:25)
In 2020, F.P. Journe discontinued the 2015-2019 clover dial, however, this reference does feature the unique element in a glorious, green Jade hue. There is only one Quantieme Perpetual made with a Jade dial.
The Bezel (2:15)
Its domed bezel is big, broad, and shiny which gives it a luminous presence much like the rest of the watch’s components.
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