Yeah, the translation and ad copy aren't the best but I believe that GO makes some fo the best bracelets in the business, They're solid, well-engineered and durable and that micro- adjustment feature is great.
Mine (on the incredibly comfortable stainless steel bracelet) is one of my favorite pieces. The unfolding bezel always fascinates people. No GMT - it's seconds. A great design that is so different from most of Piaget's work.
I have always considered Piaget service as some of the best (along with Chopard). They refurbished my wife's 1980s vintage piece and actually made a new crown for it since they no longer had any originals in stock. Try that with Omega - fat chance.
It's a bit odd but strangely compelling. I've thought about acquiring one for years - others get purchased but I still come back to it. I already have a Richeville with the same case shape so I know how it would look on my wrist. Well, someday...and preferably in 18c yellow gold, too!
I've got the 10th anniversary version with blue dial. It's my current travel watch due to the true GMT feature of being able to set the date both forwards and backwards. Just wish it was a bit thinner...
I've always liked the "C" Constellations and have a handful myself in everything from steel to gold. Unfortunately, none have that great fume' dial, though! Every one of them still runs with in COSC specs after 45-50 years.
I used to live in Seoul for business and still travel there frequently. There really isn't much of a used watch market in Korea. Some Koreans told me there is a superstition against having another person's used personal item constantly touching your skin. My wife, who was born in Seoul, thinks that