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By: PeterCDE 
 
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Oh my... What a wonderful watch

Date: Jan 08, 2004,05:05 AM -  (view entire thread)

Hi Will,

sincere congratulations!
That?s indeed a pretty rare bird and certainly one of the nicest (if not the nicest) watch of this variation i?ve seen so far.

And it is an important watch.
These are special watches. Not only this is probably the most accurate timepiece ever made in serial production, but it started a new direction in watch production towards the faster beat rates.
And it is a special model for the brand: Until today, the certificates of the 3 prizes GP won at the Chronometer Trials with these Observatory Chronometer movements are visible placed in a conference room at the GP head quarters in La Chaux-De-Fonds and testify this outstanding achievement of our beloved "little brand".
And like the vintage 3-bridges in GP?s museum, the past success at the Chronometer Trials is a motivation to strieve for excellence in the future.

So it is truly a remarkable piece and i?m very happy to see it turned out so nicely; of all past GP watches, this is certainly among the most interesting watches.

What i like very much is the "understatement aspect".
It does have a special history and it is a special watch, but it is a piece for those "who know".

Again, sincere congratulations on a very special watch, which obviously got a great revision by GP and is a true gem.
Thanks a lot for sharing!

Greetings,

Peter

 
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