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El Primero "Disco Volante"
An El Primero is always a special watch on its own, being the first automatic chronograph ever, but this very one is even more special.
The G382, nicknamed “Disco Volante” (Italian for Flying Saucer), was produced in a very limited run of 250 pieces between 1969 and 1970 and features an extremely funky and interesting case and lugs design.
The round case and the yellow gold make the wonderfully aged brown patina on the dial look even better than the black that used to be before this fascinating process of time. Given the particular design, the presence on the wrist is very modern and pleasant.
A G382 is a pretty rare find per se, and this example comes in unbelievable conditions, showing almost no sign of wear and with the original sticker still on the back.
A conversation starter for sure.
Case: 40 mm yellow gold
Movement: Automatic, cal 3019 PHC El Primero
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