From 2009, a 50 piece Offshore edition for the Gstaadt Classic

Jun 24, 2020,05:37 AM

I searched for it years ago but never came across one.  I like this rubber bezeled model.

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I did not recall this one at all.

 By: respo : June 24th, 2020-05:50
Thanks for sharing this. I miss those rubber coated bezels.. respo

Me too. [nt]

 By: MichaelC : June 24th, 2020-06:01

Thanks for the trip down memory lane.

 By: M4 : June 24th, 2020-06:41
I like this Gstaad version now just as I did when it was first introduced. M4

Sure thing. I have some others to post too.

 By: MichaelC : June 24th, 2020-08:26
Fun to go down the old roads

Missed the time...

 By: i_am_Sam : June 24th, 2020-07:14
When AP made all these beautiful Offshores! Sam

Me too. Of course, we also had all the complaints about too many Offshore editions.

 By: MichaelC : June 24th, 2020-08:31
That never bothered me. It's often easy to tell who owns their own business and who does not. The non-owners think watch companies should always be "historically correct" and "true to their roots". I am a capitalist and don't fault any of these companies ... 

Never bothered me either...

 By: i_am_Sam : June 25th, 2020-07:49
It's just that I have personal preference towards earlier Offshore. I still like some of the new ones as well! And I also do not think that every watch company should stay historically correct. Each for everyone! Sam

Ordinarily, I might not like 1 off colored pusher. But I think it makes good sense here.

 By: MichaelC : June 24th, 2020-10:37
Color coordinated with the chrono hands, works for me. If you come across it again, snap some live pics if you can

Great color - combination

 By: BentN : June 24th, 2020-14:54
A close achievable model might be the Ref. #26470 perhaps? I might be wrong, I am not SOO into these AP refs. I guess this one is quite more special. BUT, I have looked at my mentioned ref. a few times now, hehe... Thanks for sharing, All best Bent