I love everything about this watch like the subtle day/night indicator hiding near the power reserve, contrast between the blued hands and the dial, large date, perfect proportion and also the innovative time setting mechanism! A beautiful watch that is a showcase of what GO is capable of!
All of the variants remain grails but I'm partial to the 7047/BA (yellow gold); is a scarce model, i couldn't believe my eyes when i saw it online! It takes the best of the long gone yellow gold 7027 and translates it well into a larger case.
I think that these (7027+7037) will become future classics, they have served as inspiration for several other watchmakers(Notably MB&F with the legacy machine series) and was a ground breaking watch series when released in 2005 What would you say
i understand that the yellow gold, white gold case/movement models were discontinued long ago (the ones in the photos above) but what about the Anthracite/greygold, rosegold case/movement etc? I can distinctly remember seeing more than one version of the 7027 early this year and AFAIK the grey gold
I've been a stalker on these forums for a long time and i've read that quite a few of us here like the 7027 with its 37mm case, perfect proportions (something lacking in the 7057) etc. The 7027 is a watch that i fell in love with in an instant. It kind of changed how i looked at watches and served a
I love the brand breguet very much and i think that the 7077 chronograph independent is one of the most underrated modern watches. That is one of the watches that i like but nobody here has one! The 7077 is two movements in one,a normal gear train and an independent chronograph movement with a 5Hz b