Mido Baroncelli Trilogy Limited Editions

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Mido Baroncelli Trilogy Limited Editions

Post by Racer-X » April 5th 2018, 10:25pm

by Danijel "Inspired by the rounded architecture of Rennes Opera House, the timepieces from Mido’s Baroncelli range are evocative of the building’s timeless elegance. As a continuation of celebrating its 100th anniversary, the watchmaker is proud to introduce three new models to this collection: the Baroncelli 1918, the Baroncelli 2018, and the Baroncelli 2118. Limited to 1918, 2018, and 2118 pieces respectively, these special editions revolve around the theme of “past, present and future”, representing different periods of the brand’s history as well as its decisively forward-looking attitude. Each watch embodies the values that have formed Mido’s DNA for a century: quality materials, timeless design and technical innovation."

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Re: Mido Baroncelli Trilogy Limited Editions

Post by MKTheVintageBloke » July 4th 2018, 1:09pm

(snores loudly)...Ummm...dozed off. What did I want to say? Ahhh, yes, right. Boring!

Text on the dial blows, and date window + sub second = nope.
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