Can't wait to see it in the metal.
So a six-eared bezel, should make for a very strong look. Interesting how the bezel sits on a raised flange; gives the case an appearance of thinness while adding depth for the movement. Seems to confirm we have a smaller watch than the previous Gen II and I love how it curves down to meet the bracelet a la 222. And we have a pusher!
In a fit of nostalgia, I've put on the "original" OS and promise to wear it for the weekend
You can have my Overseas...when you take it from my cold dead hand. Didn't mean to scare you, Alex.
driving with your arm out the window in certain countries with a theft problem
about the OS chrono is every generation is peculiar and different to each other but still connected by a common thread which makes them unmistakably recognizable as part of a family (or legacy, or tradition, whatever you prefer). So I dare to say, the OS chrono was, is and will be a winner.
The real challenge is the time-only where the OS line, had never expressed 100% its potential, to my humble opinion. We may assume already, the new model is smaller, I hope it'll be thin, a lot.
so will dilute this stunning OS mosaic with Honey Gold ;)
Looking forward to meeting you.
Leaving tonight via Paris.
See you soon,
The old OS is ready to go to Geneva and see the great new versions. The movement looks fantastic! Very exciting indeed....
So Alex, I see you already have your new model overseas chrono.
Hopefully we get to see the new model at the start of the week rather than the end. Can't wait!