i recently inquired here about where to best look for a new 50 fathoms with blue finque dial on sailcloth, but I'm doing a bit of a U-turn, and being drawn back to my previous grail watch, the JLC MCC2. There's something about it that just does it for me. I know it's entirely different in many ways to the FF, but it's really floating my boat again... The attention to detail and the depth of the dial are awe-inspiring, as is the pedigree of the movement, and what JLC stands for.
My question comes from my perhaps incorrect assertion that while the JLC movements are bomb-proof, the watch does seem slightly delicate in style, and will perhaps not wear the dings and dents of daily wear as gracefully as a diver. So, for FF money, I can get the MCC 2 and an Omega Seamaster PO 42mm (another highly coveted piece) as a more enduring daily wearer when at work or more likely to bang it around. I suspect wrist time would be about 50/50 between the two.
Good idea? Or, am I making a massive oversight in not getting the FF.