LE RGM Model 500-GMT-RS "Richard Sachs"

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LE RGM Model 500-GMT-RS "Richard Sachs"

Post by koimaster » December 11th 2019, 9:56am

As this showed up in my mailbox I am going to assume that it was just released and prior to today this was a pre-order.





Both Richard Sachs and Roland Murphy have a passion for handcrafting and making very special products for their clients, often creating bespoke pieces of art. They can be described as traditionalists who believe in providing customer service and building the right product for each individual.

Years ago we made an RGM/Richard Sachs watch, and we have had many requests for a new model, so we’ve teamed up to create a truly special GMT watch.

Renderings are of the new RGM Model 500-GMT-RS which will be ready around Oct/Nov of this year 2019.

Limited Edition of 50 Watches.

https://www.rgmwatches.com/rgmblog/2019 ... -available
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Re: LE RGM Model 500-GMT-RS "Richard Sachs"

Post by MKTheVintageBloke » December 11th 2019, 12:32pm

The wartche sachs cock.

Also, can't they exactly be more creative than doing a knock-off of the Breguet Type XX/XXI case?
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Re: LE RGM Model 500-GMT-RS "Richard Sachs"

Post by bbattle » December 11th 2019, 3:02pm

On a bicycling forum that also discusses watches, somebody posted a picture of the RGM - Richard Sachs watch:

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Slightly different hands that those on the KS webpage.

somebody is selling some modded Seikos and a Hamtun D2 "Kraken" -IF he ever gets it from the "months late" kickstarter campaign.
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