JRE likes expensive watches – and watches don’t come much more expensive than the Girard-Perregaux Vintage 1945 Jackpot Tourbillon. Here’re some larger pictures (and Singaporean readers, there’s one in the window of Sincere Watches in the Takashimaya mall).
For £455,000 (probably with a sizable discount if you ask nicely), you get a watch that:
- Tells time;
- Has a nifty (but ultimately pretty useless) tourbillon;
- Has a nice leather band and a pink gold case;
- Has a manual movement, so you have to wind it yourself;
- And, most importantly, it does this:
What do you mean, “is that it?”. What more could you possibly want for three-quarters of a million dollars, give or take?