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GV2 by Gevril Parachute Chronograph Watch - Rubber Strap

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Information about GV2 by Gevril Parachute Chronograph Watch - Rubber Strap
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.
  • Gevril brand:
  • Internationally recognized for unsurpassed style and refinement
  • In 1758, a royal mandate made Jacques Gevril watchmaker to the Spanish Crown
  • Gevril timepieces are known for their impeccable quality and beauty, and are displayed in museums across Europe
  • Each timepiece is individually bench-crafted by a group of elite watchmakers who work in a meticulous environment under laser-quality light
  • Watch:
  • Day/date window at twelve o'clock
  • Tachymeter dials track one- and twelve-hour intervals
  • Bright red second-hand subdial
  • Polished stainless steel case
  • Robust, textured rubber strap
  • GV2 by Gevril of Switzerland
  • Made in Switzerland
  • Visit our Watches Guide
Specs about GV2 by Gevril Parachute Chronograph Watch - Rubber Strap
  • Weight: 4.5oz.
  • Display: Analog
  • Movement: Quartz
  • Case dimensions (LxWxH): 45x45x12.5mm
  • Case material: Stainless steel
  • Case back: Screw-in
  • Bezel type: Unidirectional
  • Bezel width: 9.5mm
  • Bezel material: PVD stainless steel
  • Strap/bracelet dimensions: 8-3/4" x20mm
  • Crystal type: Mineral glass
  • Crown: Push pull
  • Band: Strap
  • Band material: Rubber
  • Clasp: Buckle
  • Water resistance: 5 ATM / 50 meters / 165 feet
  • Calendar: Yes
  • Tachymeter: Yes
  • Chronograph: Yes
  • Luminous: Hands
  • Made in Switzerland
  • Visit our Watches Guide

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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 de... Read More
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  • 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 5, 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....

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