I very much prefer the Gen 3 chrono over the Gen 2. The 2 is bit chunky and looks heavy compared to the 3
If you’re a fan of big date than the 3 won’t help you but personally I’m not a fan of big dates.
I have the Gen 3 chrono with blue dial. Absolutely perfect
For the 3 hand the black dial is superb (buying one)
Whether or not one appreciates the history back to the 222 is in my view not that important. Great marketing but it’s 2018
The ultra thin in steel? I would agree that it’s unlikely to happen but since the introduction of the 1954 in steel at 10K, I wouldn’t be surprised either
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The new Overseas line is growing on me.........
But it's hard to get a better dial layout than what the 2nd gen chronograph has. Its liked VC flipped the issue that the 2nd gen three hander had with the awkward date position and moved it to the 3rd gen chronograph. They also eliminated the guilloche da...
I had the blue one. Top picture. Traded it, I’m so sorry I did.
I guess I'm in the minority...
I much prefer the Gen 3 chronograph to the Gen 2. While I like big date complications (I have a GO Senator Observer), the choice of font for the date window on the Gen 2 has always struck me as odd and out of place on the watch. I also much prefer the cas...
I very much prefer the Gen 3 chrono over the Gen 2. The 2 is bit chunky and looks heavy compared to the 3 If you’re a fan of big date than the 3 won’t help you but personally I’m not a fan of big dates. I have the Gen 3 chrono with blue dial. Absolutely p...
That blue dial gen2 is really great.
My only issue with it is the poor water resistance, which is contrary to the concept of a sport chrono with screw down pushers. Case back should have been screw down.
I have a gen 2 chronograph
I prefer the gen 3 three hander and the gen three dual time zone to the gen 2, but in the chrono, I prefer the gen 2 layout. I think they should have updated to the new bezel , dial but left the old layout. Also the gen 3 chrono is just a little too thick...