Sep 04, 2021,12:15 PM
would be the yellow gold version with the black dial and no lumed hands.
I find the whole series very pleasing and absolutely timeless.
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By: PalmSprings : September 4th, 2021-08:20
I love the design of the case. How it starts out 'small'' and goes to the thicker mid case and sides but not too thick. Google says this is a Ferrari LE? The split seconds looks like a bargain at the listed prices. But I do wonder how much a service would...
By: lm6 : September 4th, 2021-08:21
I can't remember ever having seen this model. Thank's for showing!
Nobody does it better
By: Cookies : September 4th, 2021-08:49
Great article. I like the titanium version a lot. If only they made this again, with a modern touch of silicon for the mainspring.
By: PalmSprings : September 4th, 2021-08:56
I was looking at the ones listed on Chrono24 and there are 2 gold ones with split seconds. One has lume, the other doesn't. Do you know if this is correct or possible or if there is some reasoning behind this?
By: PalmSprings : September 4th, 2021-09:12
Both are yellow gold. Can I post the links on here? I added the pictures just in case. The one with the lume is listed by a German dealer for 12.9k (no original box etc.), the other one (second picture) is listed for 17.9k. When I look at the case and lug...
By: MTR : September 4th, 2021-12:15
would be the yellow gold version with the black dial and no lumed hands. I find the whole series very pleasing and absolutely timeless. Best Thomas
By: John HS : September 6th, 2021-14:06
After years of watch "playing"....
By: Sun : September 27th, 2021-00:52
this is the only one that I consider a definite keeper. The look, the size, the dial, the layout, the proportion, the dome crystal, the complication, the reliability, the markers..... everything is just perfect. ...