Bertolucci Giro Chronograph Watches
There is a curvy, almost organic feel to the bracelet that I quite like - almost the opposite of the angular style of the iconic Rolex Submariner bracelet.And there again there is that mouth. Large, and gaping. Not hungry, just expectant. I look inside - often to just the find date? I really wanted something more special in there. The rest of the watch dials are rich with textured and decoration. Bertolucci seems to find it a cardinal sin to have boring looking dials. There are a number of models in the collection, including a two-tone version. Actually, there are versions with the mouth, but without a chronograph complication. Those predictably look a bit less weird. Dark dial, or light dial, Bertolucci has you covered. Even if you want a little diamond action sprinkled in. While these are technically men's models, I would say that the design on some of the diamond versions looks uni*** as best - watches like this would fare well on feminine wrists.While most of the models have Swiss Ronda 5020.B quartz movements, the gold model here (also available in steel) have Swiss ETA Valjoux 7753 automatic movements in them. You can see that the layout of the dials differs a bit on those. Case shape is quite elegant, and so is the metal bracelet. While the watches have alligator strap options, Bertolucci did such a nice job with the gapless link metal bracelets (complete with fancy alternating polished on the links).