than in the pics.
I kind of like the two silver dial versions as well.
Glittering of K18WG is enchanting.
Very nice video, Alex.
Christian does a terrific job of surveying the OS models.
Congrats to all involved!
and great video, thanks Alex.
Our friend Jamie is captured in the first frames of the video
I totally missed that when I watched the video.I am glad you cannot see the pain in Mssr. Bernaz' face as he has to endure my questions! He was cery gracious. Good eye, there Roberto. I watched that vide and showed my wife. I missed it both times and she missed it too.
An interesting video that looks at the aesthetics of the OS models.
Most enjoyable viewing as the journey unfolds.
Thanks Alex for the intro.
I think Christian nicely summed up the latest brief for the OS line with his term "casual chic". I though the "the spirit of travelling" also apropos for our 222-incarnate Overseas Ultra-Thin 'cause in WG I wouldn't be taking it out on the trail .
Speaking of the Ultra-Thin, its overall thickness is listed as 7.5mm with the 1120. This makes an interesting comparison with my old 222 "Jumbo" which, with 1121 date caliber, measured 7.4mm. Close enough!
The bezel design continues to fascinate and the lady's diamond version suggests a two-piece design with the top Maltese Cross ring being detachable from the flat circular base piece. What does this suggest for future design embellishments?
Hi Dean, the circular base plate you mentioned (I call it the ring below the Maltese Cross bezel) will allow future embellishments. I believe there will be different colors/materials for the circular base plate. These will not be interchangeable, so we will have to see what the design department comes up with. Knowing VIncent Kaufmann and his team...I'm sure they will be very interesting.
This has been mentioned before, but still a great eye for catching this type of detail if you did not know ahead of time!