So much information packed in a deceptively simple looking package (although the watch is surely eye catching with its heft and style). Huge congrats on obtaining such a grail, may it bring you many years of pleasure and enjoyment!
Among GP's collections, I find Vintage 1945 one of the most interesting. I was surprised to see that (according to GP's latest website update) only a single model - Large Date and Moonphase remains in the current 1945 collection. It has a lot more potential I think, let's hope they will revive it on
Below paragraph is taken verbatim from UN website describing the Freak X: "The “baguette” movement is still a carousel, turning once on itself every hour to indicate the time. It is simpler, bolder, and has fewer wheels. It has no dial and no hands - the central bridge acts as a minute hand and one
Here's the link: www.lifetechnology.com You may also explore other amazing inventions based on Archangel technology, Atlantean technology, Alchemical technology, etc. All for the same price and in a convenient miniature format to wear it around your neck! Thanks for this, I had a good laugh!
I found myself in a position of having too many watches and forced myself to begin parting with some of them to be able to justify new additions. I like wearing my watches for a few days or a week at a time, and hate to see them staying in the box unworn for months waiting for their turn.
I was very much impressed when it was first released and bought it soon after. Everything is laid bare, you can follow every gear and pinion to understand exactly how the watch works. I particularly enjoyed the way the dual-barrel mechanism is being wound. At reasonable 41mm (many Arnold and Son wat
I like this PC, unusual and a bit quirky... Good catch of the leap year indicator. I am really curious to know if it indeed has been modified to make those 180 degree jumps. The one in the 1966 case seems to be working as usual. Please let us know when you find out.