Remarkable beautiful variant of a classic layout. Check out Jock‘s lume shots. The Chronograph movement 37 is admittedly by far more if you are looking at G.O. Chronographs maybe you want to have closer look at the Seventies Chrono to complement your collection?
Putting the Tourbillon on the back is the best thing to do. Not because G.O.‘s Tourbillons were not worth displaying but because it is the opposite of showing off. The pinnacle of discreetness would have been to even not write it onto the dial. But in real life that writing is probably so small that
I have been a customer at Andreas Huber until they were taken over by Bucherer and finally ceased existing. Andreas Huber started as a watchmaker building his own watches and finally operated a watch factory in Garmisch-Partenkirchen in the Grerman Alps. Later - I do not know when - they stopped bui
G.O. really nailed what it means to build an Hommage to ship chronometers. Now if you only could screw off the bezel to set the time... ;-) A wonderful watch. And really good to have you in the club again! Taking a side by side picture one day with the original WG version would be a big treat. Best,
It is not part of a ship chronometer. A topic that I considered for a while when the watch came out in 2009. I got to terms with it because the panorama date is _the_ signature detail of G.O. and an important part of their DNA. Furthermore Ingot the feeling that it targets the watch to its owner‘s w
I am the happy owner if GUB (Glashütte) Ship Chronometer. It came with its most recent test and re-calibration statement from the calibration authority of the German Democratic Republic. That document dates to March 1990. So while the Warshaw pact had broken down, Soviet and GDR governments and poli