The common points: The choice between the blue enamel guilloché or grained white dials, the minute repeater ( even if different as on four notes for the Gyrotourbillon Five ), the Perpetual Calendar ( different on the Gyrotourbillon Five ), and the case.
both the white and blue enamel are nice in different ways. Yours is very classy ! love it ! I chose the blue with rubber as I wanted a more sporty interpretation of this watch. It’s one of the tourbillons you can swim with when paired with a rubber strap
The thinnest or at least one of the thinnest watch in the world, with a height of 3, 6 mm... I have a doubt with a proto from Piaget, here. A real challenge. And quite beautifully executed. Best, Nicolas
The 8 Days Perpetual is a watch I always liked. Since its introduction in 2003, in platinum, plain dial called " Antoine Lecoultre " , we had several versions. And among them, a superb skeleton, in 2007, available in platinum, first, then in rose gold, on
The soft spot for this brand in my heart is big. Your selection here is a great representation, but I wouldn’t consider myself anywhere close to an expert on the brand. I am lucky to own the Tradition you show here but only in the automatic version with r
I reviewed this important watch last month. Here is the link for those who want to re read it: www.watchprosite.com Even though I couldn't see the white grained dial in the reality during my last visit at the Manufacture, I prefer it to the Guillo