Girard Perregaux 1966 Chronograph, White Gold Silver Dial.

 By: amanico : August 1st, 2020-08:11
An old shot of a watch I always liked. 

40 mm of pure classicism. 

If only they could hide this too small movement with a solid case back...



I'm with you 200%!

 By: Mike H : August 1st, 2020-08:19
We demand a solid caseback on this one!!! wink

Yes! [nt]

 By: amanico : August 1st, 2020-08:20
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Or - make a modern movement the right size!!! [nt]

 By: Ted-Lo : August 1st, 2020-08:21
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They had a manual winding movement, but too small. [nt]

 By: amanico : August 1st, 2020-08:22
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put a bund strap that's it ;-) [nt]

 By: patrickh : August 1st, 2020-08:27
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That's the cheating way! ;) [nt]

 By: amanico : August 1st, 2020-08:31
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No God intended : ) [nt]

 By: mdg : August 1st, 2020-08:55
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Good one! ;) [nt]

 By: amanico : August 1st, 2020-09:46
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or put a large sticker representing their "3 Bridges" on the back sapphire glass LOL [nt]

 By: patrickh : August 1st, 2020-10:32
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That's cheating! ;) [nt]

 By: amanico : August 1st, 2020-14:07
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Fully agree Nico!

 By: NoH : August 1st, 2020-10:36
A fantastic looking chrono nonetheless

Thanks for your comment, my friend. [nt]

 By: amanico : August 1st, 2020-14:07
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The placement of the sub-totals reveals the small movement...even with a closed caseback.

 By: jlux : August 1st, 2020-13:15
I believe that this watch should not be bigger than 38mm to preserve the harmony of the dial.

Yes, a tad smaller may partially solve that issue. But even at 38 mm , I am not sure. A bigger movement, that' s the way to go... Or a solid case back! [nt]

 By: amanico : August 1st, 2020-14:08
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 By: Kurt Behm : August 1st, 2020-15:34
I could live with the small movement.


Sshhhhh, me too! ;) [nt]

 By: amanico : August 1st, 2020-15:54
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