LIP: GDG 35 mm Beating Heart 671336 Graceful Looks Entwined With Graceful Movements

Proudly made in Besançon France, the GDG was first launched in 1958. Paving the way for quartz watches Fred Lip offered the GDG to prominent Statesmen General de Gaulle and Eisenhower. The distinguishing features of this subtly sheened silver and illustrious gold watch is an open window on the dial at 7; perfect to admire the swing of the beating heart movement. LIP are in a class of their own when its comes to precision which is why they designed this captivating watch with a translucent back case for further exploration of the precision movement.

Quality and style entwine within the 35mm steel 316 L polished case and awe inspiring gold outer bezel, oozing class notice how the gold's rich glimmer flows beautifully through the exquisitely polished two-tone steel, silver and gold plated bracelet. On the wrist, its easy to buckle thanks to the satin smooth steel folding butterfly valve.

Equally breathtaking is the elegant sunray-silvered dial, graced with accents of black on gold, raised stick hour marker and slender stick hour hands, adding to the sophisticated statement look is off-centre gold second hand. Behind the beauty, lies an analogue automatic Miyota 82S5 movement and 21 jewels and a generous 42 hour power reserve. Water resistant to 100 meters it measures time with exactness and due to its refined design and quality materials the GDG can be worn daily yet still feel special.