This is an old watch. More than 10 years old. Who can believe it, as it is still very fresh. An original regulator, with its arrow pointing the hour displayed on a 24 hours ring, a power reserve indicator, and a small seconds. AND its sublime tonneau case
Date. This is the one I had, issued in the very early 2000's: The Perpetual Calendar came after, with a stunning and very pure dial. One date, no, the full complete and perpetual calendar, yes! No date, but small seconds. Simple, pure, sober. A classic. N
Enjoy: Funnily, I didn't like this watch on picture, but in the real, it is a totally different story. For those who are after a cool and nice looking diving watch out of the beaten paths, this is a good, very good one. Best, Nicolas
Lately, I’ve taken a fancy to open worked watches. I ve been inspired by postings of the Girard Perregaux Laureato Skeleton in these columns I decided to buy one for myself Now I’m a highly satisfied owner. This is the steel version, 42mm, with in-house a
Nico completely infected me with his last post about this new model to celebrate the 230th birthday of Girard-Perregaux. Now I can't get this watch out of my head ... I MUST have a look at a Three Bridges Neo Tourbillon to see it in the flesh. My only hop
One of those Chronographs I would love to add in my collection, for its split ( and foudroyante ) second, for its movement based on a 7750 totally reworked by Jaquet Baume, and for its aesthetics. A drawing of the movement: Platinum ( our dear Sandgroper'
I think they’ve got right. What do you think? Here are my justifications: 1) Grade 5 (not Grade 2) titanium 2) Symmetry of dial (date is at 6 o’clock) 3) Sandwich dial indices 4) Proprietary rubber strap with micro-adjusters 5) High water resistance for a