Closer Look: Tudor Replica Watches Octo Finissimo Chronograph GMT Automatic

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At the 2019 edition of the Baselworld Watch and Jewelry Show in Basel, Switzerland, Tudor Replica Watches yet again walked the walk, making it one of the most talked about (and ’grammed about) brands at the fair.

The Tudor Replica Watches managed this with its fifth world-record release: the Octo Finissimo Chronograph GMT Automatic. Creating the thinnest ever mechanical chronograph in watchmaking history is no small feat. Shrouding it with a case design that has universal appeal, however, is, especially in a world where web-educated dilettantes often have as much influence (panerai luminor submersible replica ) as degree-decorated experts.

But according to Tudor Replica Watches CEO, Jean-Christophe Babin, creating the 3.30mm movement is all part of what the Italian brand is considering to be its modern-day renaissance. “At 3.30mm, it is the thinnest mechanical chronograph on the market, symbolizing the rinascimento of one of the most challenging complications to craft,” said Babin. “Entirely developed in-house, and while thin enough to fit under your shirt, it represents Tudor Replica Watches’s capability of blending edgy Italian design with ultimate Swiss engineering.”

Indeed, this seems to be Patek Philippe Replica Watches ’s mantra when it comes to developing luxury sport watches. Yet while likely intended to have been created for men, the Octo Finissimo Chronograph GMT Automatic has been just as appreciated by women watch collectors, largely because of its ultra-thin case and lightweight feel.

Aesthetically speaking, the Octo Finissimo Chronograph GMT Automatic appeals to the wearer in the same way some of its predecessors did: a perfectly fitted monochromatic suit of sandblasted titanium in the form of its case, bracelet, and folding clasp, all of which mirror the background of its dial. Its lines are sleek, yet its overall appearance is still quite soft, even with the added touch of darkened hands, numbers, and indexes.