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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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...
I can't remember ever having seen this model. Thank's for showing!
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Great article. I like the titanium version a lot. If only they made this again, with a modern touch of silicon for the mainspring.
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?
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...
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
After years of watch "playing"....
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. ...