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Something you haven´t seen before

November 13 2006 at 10:50 AM

PeterCDE  (Login pc01)

 
A glimpse at GP´s Manufacture; specifically, the department where GP´s manufacture-made cases are tested.
Actually no one did see this before, so it may be interesting:



But i can say you will see more of it over the week

Cheers,

Peter

 
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am73
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beautiful case

November 13 2006, 2:41 PM 

It seems a sea hawkII pro? Isn't it?

 
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PeterCDE
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Agree!!!

November 13 2006, 3:00 PM 

It´s a really interesting piece for sure!
And completely GP - the case, the movement and the design!

Admittedly the picture doesn´t tell too much, but do you see the main difference towards a Sea Hawk Pro or a Sea Hawk "Flying Tourbillon"?

In any case (pun intended ), i think this will be a very hot seller.

Cheers,

Peter

 
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am73
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only one helium valve?

November 14 2006, 12:24 AM 

Seems to me that the case has only one valve....

 
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paulT
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...and a screwd up caseback

November 14 2006, 6:26 AM 

A new diver ?... one gas escapment valve and a screwd up caseback ? A new Sea Hawk, less extreme than the Pro but more technical than the actual Sea Hawk II ? It looks promising.

Have a nice day

 
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Anonymous
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I agree.

November 14 2006, 6:58 AM 

I love the divers watches, I'm waiting for more info

 
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Marcus (Zurich)
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The saphire cristal seams very thick. An even more extrem type of diver's watch? -nt

November 14 2006, 9:20 AM 

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PeterCDE
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4.33mm, to be exact... And i´ve cheated, you DID see it before

November 14 2006, 10:37 AM 

But then, just for a short time:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/125540/message/1156373826/



Those who follow us closely here may remember; the thingy is quite a complicated one...

I´m really tied by my word not to release more details, but all will be presented over the week.
For now, i recommend to have a close look at the case. In particular, the case colour/material.

Oh, and then it might make it even more interesting to know it´s not in the sphere of a Zenith "Xtreme". As said, case and movement are GP manufacture-made. Still it isn´t that much more than a Rolex Sea Dweller at list.

Cheers,

Peter

 
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am73
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ss?

November 14 2006, 12:40 PM 

may be stainless steel?

 
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Anonymous
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Re: 4.33mm, to be exact... And i´ve cheated, you DID see it before

November 15 2006, 12:38 AM 

the sea hawk II pro's crystal is 4.85 mm, mmmh 4.33 sounds around 2000 meters

 
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