Geoman wrote:my two watch favorites:
#1 Zenith el Primero (actually a movemt, not a watch)
#2 the moonwatch
I've got the moonwatch already, but I must admit that I never did recognize Zenith as a watch brand that much. Damn, the El Primero sounds quite intriguing, but it does come with quite a price tag.
Still it's affordable compared to one of the most compelling timpieces I've come across recently.
The "Lange 1 Perpetual Calendar"
, a mechanical timepiece which features an eternal calendar taking into account leap years, different length of months and such.
It doesn't need a battery and if run all day the first time needs manual help is around year 2100 according to the marketing speech. By then we're all dead, I guess.
Sounds great, right? I forgot to mention the pricetag, though. It's about 250.000 EUR or 325.000 US$ (as of today).