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Grande Class Open El Primero
Editor's opinion
65.5/100
By Florian Matrion - June 4, 2010
Editor's opinion
65.5/100
Users' rating
74/100

The Zenith Class Open El Primero is an acrobat that allies the extremes : it reflects both the modernity and the speed of our society, as well as relying on classic stylish codes.

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Retail price France at June 4, 2010 :
7,200.00 €
Altiplano or blanc
Editor's opinion
75.5/100
By Florian Matrion - September 6, 2010
Editor's opinion
75.5/100
Users' rating
78/100

The genuine extra-thin watches within the watch making landscape are rather rare. Review of this white gold Altiplano, Piaget's icon that hides a dash of expansiveness under a very classic appearance.

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Retail price France at September 6, 2010 :
12,300.00 €
Calatrava 5120
Editor's opinion
79/100
By Florian Matrion - June 4, 2010
Editor's opinion
79/100
Users' rating
79/100

According to the adverts: “You never actually own a Patek Philippe. You merely look after it for the next generation” – but is this really true or just marketing talk ?

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Retail price France at June 4, 2010 :
13,500.00 €
De Ville Hour Vision
Editor's opinion
71.5/100
By Florian Matrion - June 28, 2011
Editor's opinion
71.5/100
Users' rating
83/100

The gigantic success of the Speedmaster and the Planet Ocean would make us almost forget about the rest of the Omega catalog. Today, let's focus on the De Ville Hour Vision and its 8501 Caliber.

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Retail price France at June 28, 2011 :
13,500.00 €
Portofino Remontage Manuel 8 Jours (bracelet Santoni)
Editor's opinion
74.5/100
By Florian Matrion - May 23, 2011
Editor's opinion
74.5/100
Users' rating
85/100

The Portofino range from IWC is prominently featured this year with 4 new models! Here is the review for its flagship model, the Hand-Wound 8 Days, with the first of IWC's 8-day manual movement.

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Retail price France at May 23, 2011 :
15,600.00 €
1966 Calendrier Complet
Editor's opinion
73/100
By Florian Matrion - November 18, 2010
Editor's opinion
73/100
Users' rating
78/100

After the Aquascope Jean Richard, lets discover the other entity of the Sowind Group, Girard Perregaux, through the 1966 GP Calendrier Complet: a classic but discreet watch. Review.

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Retail price France at November 18, 2010 :
17,400.00 €
Tradition or jaune Ref. 7027
Editor's opinion
80/100
By Florian Matrion - December 16, 2010
Editor's opinion
80/100
Users' rating
76/100

Time machines don't exist. But the Breguet Tradition 7027, looking like it came straight out of the great Abraham-Louis Breguet's workshop, could convince us otherwise.

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Retail price France at December 16, 2010 :
18,700.00 €
Historiques American 1921
Editor's opinion
78/100
By Florian Matrion - December 28, 2010
Editor's opinion
78/100
Users' rating
84/100

Take a classic watchmaker, entrust him to a neo-expressionist painter, and you end up with the American 1921...OK, I'm exaggerating slightly, but that not much! Let's review.

Reach the Vacheron Constantin Area
Retail price France at December 28, 2010 :
23,200.00 €
Chronomètre Souverain
Editor's opinion
79/100
By Florian Matrion - June 4, 2010
Editor's opinion
79/100
Users' rating
81/100

300 years of matchmaking and chronometers around your wrist, the measured extravagance of François Paul Journe. In the Souverain family, I ask for the Chronometer.

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Retail price France at June 4, 2010 :
24,480.00 €
Nautilus 5712G
Editor's opinion
79.5/100
By Florian Matrion - December 7, 2010
Editor's opinion
79.5/100
Users' rating
83/100

If you think the two-handed and steel-cased Nautilus too sober, here is the test of a bolder configuration: the grey gold Patek Philippe 5712G with moon phases.

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Retail price France at December 7, 2010 :
28,600.00 €
Jaeger-LeCoultre Duomètre à Quantième Lunaire Ref. 604 25 21
Editor's opinion
80.5/100
By Sébastien Bey-Haut - October 25, 2012
Editor's opinion
80.5/100
Users' rating
90/100

In 2012, Jaeger-LeCoultre gave us a new version of its Duomètre à Quantième Lunaire, a watch with unusual engineering entirely dedicated to chronometric accuracy. Discover our review and wach gallery.

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Retail price France at October 25, 2012 :
29,000.00 €
Portugaise Calendrier Perpétuel
Editor's opinion
76.5/100
By Florian Matrion - July 27, 2010
Editor's opinion
76.5/100
Users' rating
78/100

When the great classic of IWC, the Portuguese, meets this remarkable complication that is the perpetual calendar, the expectations are very high. Let’s see how the Schaffhausen’s brand gives the answers.

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Retail price France at July 27, 2010 :
31,200.00 €
Duomètre à Chronographe
Editor's opinion
80/100
By Florian Matrion - April 1, 2011
Editor's opinion
80/100
Users' rating
84/100

Jaeger-LeCoultre made quite an impression among watchmaking enthusiasts with the introduction of the Chonograph Duomètre. Let's take a look together at the multiple facets of this very original piece.

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Retail price France at April 1, 2011 :
31,600.00 €
Quantième Perpétuel Jules Audemars
Editor's opinion
80/100
By Florian Matrion - September 30, 2010
Editor's opinion
80/100
Users' rating
82/100

The test of the Perpetual Calendar is a superb occasion to discover an Audemars Piguet's great complication, in the sometimes unknown range “Jules Audemars”. I have tested it for you!

Reach the Audemars Piguet Area
Retail price France at September 30, 2010 :
53,750.00 €
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