Closeouts. A luxury, diver-style watch for the man as robust and athletic as the watch itself, GV2 by Gevril's Parachute Chronograph watch is distinguished by a wide, two-tone bezel that marks diving safety reminders in bold contrast.
Reviewed by frankie from ky on Friday, February 14, 2014
Watch is perfect size, shape, and design. Looks great and I get a lot of compliments when wearing it however, it does not have the "feel" of a watch that retails for $1800. The buttons are difficult to press in. The illuminated hands are not bright even after just coming in from the bright sun. Looks great though.
Reviewed by Lon Kayaker from Washington on Thursday, August 29, 2013
Most gorgeous watch I've seen. The black (anodyne?) paint over the stainless steel casing scratched w/I a week (contact with a concrete fountain - my fault in part). A month later the crystal developed a curving internal fracture. Called Gevril. Was told "only watches purchased from an authorized dealer are warranties, and,in any case, no crystal is warrantied". Crystal replacement: $170. Fracture is due in part to design, in that it is raised well above the casing and is vulnerable. Other part: me, I have had digital multi-function watches and am a watch abuser! WATCH GOOD FOR: Special Occasions. It's like an melodramatic adorable girlfriend: good company for a Satirday night dinner. Still love this Parachute. But not for parachuting!
Reviewed by Peter from Morgantown on Wednesday, June 05, 2013
I bough a GV2 partly because I really liked its looks. However, within the first two years, I stopped working serveral time. Once it cam back from the authorized repairshops with small but visible scraches on the face and larger scratches on the back. After the last breakdown I decided to save my money and hot repair the watch. It is currently sitting in a closet sot that I do not have to look at a relatively expensive purchase that was worth a small fraction what I paid for, I gave it two stars only because of the design. The rest....