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Girard Perregaux: Been thinking about the ceramic vs steel a bit

Whilst I love the look of the ceramic at the moment, the thought of the “longevity” of this look, vs the steel, say 10 years down the line, has crossed my mind. Of course this is all subjective and we all wear what we like, no matter what the prevailing “fashion” is. Just curious to hear members’ op
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By: chikai168
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Patek Philippe: Grand Seiko

Skyflake for me today! BW, Chi Kai
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Girard Perregaux: You wear it really well!

Looks very cool. Congrats again! BW, Chi Kai
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Girard Perregaux: Ah!

What is this tool called Michael? I know what it does but never knew the name. Does it come as size specific for each size of pins? Many thanks, Chi Kai
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By: chikai168
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Girard Perregaux: You’re right

The bracelet links are probably the weakest link (excuse the pun here!) here. I have called my AD and asked him to speak with GP to get an idea of the procedure and cost for replacing damaged case and links. This would help inform my purchase decision. BW, Chi Kai
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By: chikai168
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Girard Perregaux: Thank you for the in depth reply

I really like the look of the ceramic but durability does bother me. I suppose the horror stories stick to the mind more than the good ones. Quite a few pictures and posts on the internet about shattered cases and parts...... I don’t baby my watches but neither do I bang them or wear them roughly. H
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By: chikai168
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Girard Perregaux: Completely agree Nico.

The GP stands on its own and proudly! BW, Chi Kai
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Girard Perregaux: Thank you Michael!

Stunning watch you have! Really, really beautiful. I think the Laureato skeleton in all its iterations are wonderful and each has its own merits. The ones that sing to me the most (at least at the moment!) are the ones where the dial colour “theme” is the same as the case and bracelet- namely the SS
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