Although I hate long names like this one, I can live with the watch. The 70s Panorama Date was released a while ago by GO, but now they have released a chronograph version which, in my opinion, looks far better than the 3-hand. Both are great watches but the added complication fills the dial that was far too plain on the older model. That being said, the designers were able to keep the dial uncluttered, leading to the perfect balance. The watch is available in three dial colors: blue, ruthenium, and silver with straps to match each version (blue comes with a blue strap, silver comes with a gray strap, etc.). A rubber strap and bracelet is available for all three versions as well. The case is the perfect size at 40mm x 40mm and the dial is 32mm x 32mm. If the case was any larger it would no longer be a dress watch like the designers intended. The movement, unlike the case, is the round Calibre 37-02. It is a column-wheel chronograph with a flyback function, 65 jewels, 70 hours power reserve, and 28,800BPH. As with all GO watches it is beautifully decorated. So many features to talk about, so little time. More information will be posted soon.
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