- Audemars Piguet3
- F.P. Journe1
- Girard Perregaux3
- Grand Seiko1
- H. Moser & Cie.1
- Jacques Monnat1
- Jaeger Le Coultre1
- Patek Philippe5
- Record Genéve1
- Universal Genève4
- Vacheron Constantin3
Some people's love for Rolex has faded over the years, because the Maison - so they say - has given up the audacious experimentation of the past decades in favour of a static and pretty monotonous collection. While we still love the Geneva brand, we can certainly hear their point, especially while handling this piece.
You'd be hard pressed to find something as funky and unexpected when looking at the current Rolex catalogue: who would dare mixing three different gold alloys in a single watch today? Back in the years, though, someone did: and so was born the Rolex "Tridor", delivered on a President bracelet with three-tone central links.
The present example, dating to 1985, is a reference 18039B with a beautiful, deep blue dial and the craziest bracelet Rolex ever built. If you know what we're talking about, there's no need to remark how rare this watch is. So don't sleep on it, it won't last long!
Case: 36mm yellow, pink and white gold
Movement: Automatic, cal. 3055, 27 jewels
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