RogerCP (a TZ standard) composed a pleasant audit on the Omega DeVille Co-Axial GMT. It is a 18 karat ros?© gold variant, however that’s not even the contention why I think it is ‘special’. The watch is just 35mm in size. That’s more modest than the normal men’s present day wrist watch.
Picture by RogerCP
The survey is very top to bottom, not just on the development (type 2628, which depends on the popular co-pivotal development type 2500, which depends on ETA 2892-A2 once more. Or on the other hand did I neglect to put the Omega type 1120 in there too?), yet in addition working on it, dial, hands, tie, deployant fasten and last however not least… the GMT watch all things considered (and connections to some other GMT related articles as well).
Anyway, for a decent read!
And for some clarification on the GMT feature.