The AgenGraphe By Agenhor: The Most Significant Chronograph

The AgenGraphe By Agenhor: The Most Significant Chronograph

Postby koimaster » March 12th 2018, 9:49am

by Ian Skellern



Chronographs are the most popular wristwatch complication, and for many the most useful.

Since the invention and creation of the first chronograph by French horologist Louis Moinet in 1816 (see Discovery, Firsts, And The Louis Moinet Compteur De Tierces and History Rebooted: The Chronograph’s Inventor Is . . . Louis Moinet!), there have been quite a few well deservedly acclaimed chronographs, many inspiring near cult-like devotion.

However, as of today, all of these great chronographs have been rendered obsolete.

By all means keep your Datographs, El Primeros, Valjoux 7750s, Ref 5370Ps (sorry, Gary! See Why I Bought It: Patek Philippe Reference 5370P), Daytonas, and Speedmasters if your taste lies in now-outdated, near-future museum pieces.


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Re: The AgenGraphe By Agenhor: The Most Significant Chronogr

Postby conjurer » March 12th 2018, 9:53am

This Ian Skellern guy writes like bums take a shit--very slow and with a lot of noise. However, he was great as the Russian agent in Ronin.
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Re: The AgenGraphe By Agenhor: The Most Significant Chronogr

Postby foghorn » March 12th 2018, 9:57am

I've seen more Agenhors than I care to remember.
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Re: The AgenGraphe By Agenhor: The Most Significant Chronogr

Postby Pubbie » March 13th 2018, 3:20am

conjurer wrote:This Ian Skellern guy writes like bums take a shit--very slow and with a lot of noise. However, he was great as the Russian agent in Ronin.

LOL :LMAO:
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