Gorgeous rose gold dial limited edition

Mar 21, 2024,18:03 PM

I can across this one today, have to say it looks stunning in the pictures

Would love to see it in person

This message has been edited by India Whiskey Charlie on 2024-03-21 18:12:44

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How different is it from this?

 By: India Whiskey Charlie : March 21st, 2024-18:16


 By: amanico : March 23rd, 2024-04:47

A few differences

 By: SingaporeMarc : March 21st, 2024-18:52
So this is a 42 mm with 1800 movement. WOS LE. The 38 mm has the 03300 movement. This 42 mm has all the applied indices, GP logo, and seconds hand in steel. The 38 mm has the logo and seconds hand in gold color. So yeah …. Too many variations of the what ...  


 By: SingaporeMarc : March 22nd, 2024-04:41
Way too many little dial color changes and such. The best value and rarity and bang for the buck etc etc is GP neo vintage IMHO. All production versions are nice but if I had to get only one GP, it would a neo vintage piece or the laureato 81000 41 mm LE ... 

I like they did it with the 42mm ... looks cool

 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : March 21st, 2024-19:54

Cool novelty

 By: Aquaracer1 : March 21st, 2024-21:00
But I’ll go with my blue 42 mm 😉

Interesting new one.

 By: hora12reborn : March 22nd, 2024-21:56

I’m not overly impressed.

 By: SingaporeMarc : March 23rd, 2024-09:59
Just another dial color change (and this color seems to have been used before on the 34 mm quartz) … I’d like to see some real innovation from bracelet to movement from GP.

My friend shared this pic with me

 By: SingaporeMarc : April 1st, 2024-01:18
It was a LE for a boutique in the Middle East circa 1999 or so. The lume on the indices and hands balance quite well for the white date wheel. I like it. But this is why I don’t get too excited with just dial color changes. Too easy for GP to do and call ...