Laureato 8010 … The first mechanical laureato.

Jun 26, 2024,14:11 PM

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Looking good Marc !

 By: Aquaracer1 : June 26th, 2024-15:14
How do you like the two tone versus all stainless steel Laureatos?

Thanks Jesse

 By: SingaporeMarc : June 26th, 2024-17:04
Before I tried japanese food I was like WTF … raw fish? No way. I tried it … meh. Second time I tried it … hmm not terrible. And soon, I loved it. Same for 2-tone for me. Was all steel for me in the past. AP or GP etc. all quite similar. All the same size... 

I know right?

 By: SingaporeMarc : June 26th, 2024-17:06
So different the vibe they have. Designed by Italians so we can expect some flair. The dials are classy. I’m biased I know but really they are … quiet luxury no. Old money feel. 🤝

Thanks bro 😎

 By: SingaporeMarc : June 27th, 2024-04:44

Love it! (n/t)

 By: PSV : July 9th, 2024-12:51


 By: SingaporeMarc : July 10th, 2024-14:18


 By: yankbrit : July 11th, 2024-13:49
Wonderful thing about the watch world is the diversity of personal taste & style that makes it so interesting. I’ve owned two modern Laureato’s, black ceramic and Titanium/rose two tone (don’t anymore), but still prefer these and the Evo 3. There’s just s... 

You said it well Yan …

 By: SingaporeMarc : July 11th, 2024-15:17
It’s the reason I keep harping on about these neo-vintage Laureatos to the guys that only have eyes for the current production pieces. I find them so appealing and this is from a guy that also has the modern laureatos in a variety of sizes. ☺️ You will be...  


 By: yankbrit : July 12th, 2024-00:10
If I was presented the opportunity for one in great condition like yours, It’d take a lot of restraint not to jump on it! But I do already have an Evo 3 and unlike you with multiples of a subset within a collection, I’m inclined toward a 1966, maybe a dua...  

Better pics

 By: yankbrit : July 12th, 2024-00:24
Enter text The Hermes is fun. Nice Vaucher movement (Parmigani Fluerier) used by Richard Mille amongst others. Nothing like a bit of diversity……🙂 ...  


 By: yankbrit : July 12th, 2024-12:42
Thanks, amanico. Good to get perspective from fellow aficionado’s. I’ve had a high regard for GP for over 30 years despite them not enjoying the attention some other brands receive, although I kind of like that they fly under most peoples radar. They hold... 

Well said 🤝

 By: SingaporeMarc : July 12th, 2024-16:00

Variety is indeed nice ☀️

 By: SingaporeMarc : July 12th, 2024-00:47
Your evo3 is the same size variant as mine. 42.6 mm. The 44 mm variant would be too big for me … I’m moving to smaller watches these days. I got my evo3 because it’s the quartz variant. I’m taking advantage of the soft watch market to pick up rare birds. ...  


 By: yankbrit : July 14th, 2024-18:21
Yeah, that’s awfully pretty! Like it in the Laureato too, earth to sky but especially the rose gold version. I don’t know why but open-worked also seem to hold more stable pricing than some of the high complications, perpetual calendar, equation of time e...