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Seems like we don't touch on rectangular watches much today, but thought
this new one from Laurent Ferrier was interesting, and maybe might remind
you of watches you, your dads, or even grandfathers may have had years
back.

It's the Bridge One which has this unique stainless rectangle case which
measures 30mm x 44mm, and is evidently inspired by a bridge that is
is Geneva named the Passerelle de l'Ile. In addition the manual winding
LF107.01 caliber movement looks to have been shaped specifically for
the new case.

Just some of the many other specifications looking to include white
enamel, or slate gray dials with sleek hands, and markers, and Roman
numerals, tinted sapphire crystals, 30m WR, and cool honey leather, or
alligator straps too.

Some pictures everyone...









A Blog To Watch, and Timezone with even more guys...

https://www.ablogtowatch.com/laurent-ferrier-bridge-one-watch/

http://forums.timezone.com/index.php?t=tree&goto=7582460&rid=0#msg_7582460
 

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Oh, it that what it is? I bought one for $5 at my grandfather's second cousin's yard sale. But it stopped running the next day so I threw it away! :D Apart from the sides I like the watch but boy are them 'specials' costly........ Yes, I'm a peasant as well :D
 

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:happy0065: Yup, a little pricey it is guys ! :( (Did a little Yodaspeak there.) :)

Just thought it kind of had that old time wrist watch spirit even
though it was in another galaxy price wise. ..Every time these
awesome watch shows get going they always draw me in. :eek:

It's fun, but sometimes upsetting too ! :anim_63:

Oh, and Funk, think you are right about the black dial. :thumb:
It really grabs you, and makes those hands leap off of
the dial, and shows off the small seconds perfectly.

P.S. Just noticing the other version doesn't have the
small seconds at all. ..Thank you !!!
 
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