RGM recently announced two new wristwatches, the Timezone 350 E, and the Grande Guilloche Automatic. Both feature RGM’s distinctive ‘engine turning’ design, and look quite nice.
The Timezone 350 E is a 38.5mm with a date window and secondary time zone sub dial, which give it a very sharp look when combined with that distinctive engine turning design on the face.
The second watch (and the one I find more attractive, frankly) is a old school design Grande Guilloche Automatic. It’s a larger 42mm size, with that engine turning design really popping on the large white face. It’s a vintage look, but really works on this timepiece. I’m more of a chronograph fan, but something about this particular watch appeals to me.
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