New Bulgari owner says Hello :) and have one question regarding the Octo bi or quadri retro

Nov 12, 2017,02:38 AM

Just got this wonderful Endurer ( thanks to Anthony for his advices and time ! ) and still amazed by the curves of the bezel ....

Now I think to add to the small collection one Octo, bi or quadri retro ( I recognize I prefere a bit the bi retro for its look ) but I'm confused by the dimensions, are they big or small watches ?? maybe an owner of a bi or quadri would share one picture of his watch next to any other model between 43 and 47mm ?? thanks in advance for this smile

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πŸ˜‚. I think we are following the same horological path my friend πŸ˜‰

 By: Watchonthewrist : May 30th, 2018-13:48
Here a pic from my bulgari From a few years ago ...  

Truly impressive timepiece. Big congratulations

 By: Alkiro1 : November 12th, 2017-04:42
It has something of the Patek Philippe 5980 seen from this angle. Enjoy and wear it in the best of your health. Best wishes Alkiro

Major congrats – that's a big watch, and one of my absolute favourites regardless.

 By: anonymous09 : November 12th, 2017-06:11
The Genta branded Octos, which ceased in 2008 or 2010, iirc, wear their size, so you shouldn't have any concerns about buying whichever one you fancy blind.

Looking good J-F!! [nt]

 By: AnthonyTsai : November 12th, 2017-09:14

The Bi-Retro wears pretty big!

 By: Timeout : May 25th, 2018-08:24
Here it is next to a Zenith Defy El Primero 21 (44mm). I have relatively small wrists but the Bi-Retro is relatively light and comfortable. ...  

Great watch and congrats on that beauty had it a while back very lovely indeed

 By: Mohannad (aka Riddler) : May 30th, 2018-13:43
The bi retro is great wears nice on the wrist I believe it’s 42mm the quad is 44mm I had the original GG octo bi retro and believe it’s the same size