Just before BaselWorld 2011 will begin, I might want to concentrate on this new watch from , the 1966 Full Calendar in white gold. A piece from GP’s 1966 assortment, highlighting a programmed twisting full schedule development type GP033M0. Frankly, I think GP is quite possibly the most misjudged haute horlogerie brands and I have a ton of adoration for their exemplary line up just as for their energetic Laureato Evo 3 watches. The ace about being a misjudged brand is that they will stay selective, a con may be resale esteem. In any case, resale esteem isn’t generally an intriguing viewpoint when purchasing watches (or other sturdy items for that matter).
Anyway, the Full Calendar by GP is a marvel! Take a gander at their in-house development and view the exemplary plan 40mm case. The palladium or red gold forms were at that point presented during the SIHH 2011 recently, however the white gold adaptation has been added to it.
The red gold and palladium adaptations have been evaluated at $19,800 USD and I don’t figure the white gold variant will be around a similar cost too. This watch comes with a decent gator lash and a white gold buckle.