The 2000 series, introduced circa 1982 as a chronograph range to build on the success of the 1000 dive watches but also including dive watches itself, carried on alongside. The 2000s are available mostly in steel or at best gold-plated, but they were also a remarkably long-lived range. And it was fairly inevitable that at some point in that long life, a solid gold offering or two would be available. And so it was in the early 2000s (the decade) that a number of 2000s (the watches,) were made available in solid gold.
Now, we usually carry a vast selection of gold watches, vintage and modern, classical and sporty, but this 38mm solid gold case is in fact one of the heaviest we’ve ever tried! This is a watch that doesn’t let you forget you’re wearing a big chunk of gold.
The dial is absolutely amazing, also very difficult to photograph, as is the entire watch, because it has an amazing silver guilloche dial with gold indexes and gold hands. The reflexes are amazing and keep changing according to the light. Very deep, very detailed.
In our opinion one of the best sporty and casual gold watches ever. Super stylish, highly detailed and magnificent finish.