This has been bugging me for years, maybe someone here can help answer:
The traditional swiss railway clock has a great look and I would love a matching watch from Mondaine. The real clocks on the stations 'pause' as the second hand hits the 12 o'clock position and then continue with (I presume) a 2 second tick. I would like to know why they do this and if any 'swiss railway style' watch or clock has ever emulated this behaviour. It sounds daft but the fact that the watches don't do this puts me off buying one.
PS I posted this in the Affordable Watches forum as it seems like the place where the most discussion about Mondaine takes place.