Indeed. Still not sure I like it for the money, though!
Nor me. Though in fairness, it looked quite novel and cool on the guy's wrist, and still has the quality feel. But yeah, I guess it's in the category of "what to buy for your tenth Patek?" or however many he's got.
Ironically, he is the Rolex agent. Also Cartier, Piaget, GP and a couple of lesser lights. But not Patek. He just likes them. :)
Yes, much prefer to the dial of Patek 5712.. It is not a popular watch though, so far I know two people bought it; yours truly and Sarkozy! We share the same taste in woman also..
Its a beautiful watch. Here in the US, its a brand most only consider purchasing pre-owned because with limited interest in their pieces they tend to get hit hard by depreciation. Still its a really beautiful watch. Thanks for sharing some pix with us.
@mimo - I didn't like that 5960/1A when it was introduced but as usual once I saw it in person there really was that high quality feel. I still probably wouldn't spend the cash required to buy that thing, even pre-owned, but I have several friends who have come around and now want a 5960/1A after some time spent not liking it much. Funny how time and having those things on your wrist changes perspective.
@zippyh - Love the all black GMT. If the BLNR hadn't been black and blue but black and some other color, I would have picked up the all black. And that donut!
@alpyigit - Very interesting Breguet. Usually a watch with visible internals is a turn off but this piece pulls it off well. Wear it in good health!