Detailed Review With The Vicenterra GMT-3 Tome 5 Titanium Black Máté Replica

There is something tirelessly cool about replica watches with globes on them, which should explain why we’ve seen a recent uptick in world timer Vicenterra men’s replica watches from small and big brands alike. There are, however, far fewer replica watches out there with three-dimensional globes actually in them, rather than represented on the dial, and the Vicenterra GMT-3 Tome 5 Titanium Black Máté is one of the handful – and probably the least expensive of them all.
Detailed Review With The Vicenterra GMT-3 Tome 5 Titanium Black Máté Replica
Vicenterra, not being a household name in the replica watch industry, is pretty much a one-man show established, run by, and founded on the genius of Vincent Plomb. Because the brand doesn’t have some crazy (or invented) history, we’re spared from discussing that and can jump straight into learning how the Vicenterra GMT-3 Tome 5 Titanium Black Máté faired over its few weeks that I have had it in for review.

At this point, I am inclined to find something like the replica watch we are discussing today more impressive than major brands throwing major money at R&D departments to create something ruinously complicated. You see, the Vicenterra GMT-3 Tome 5 Titanium Black Máté’s Replica unique functionality and consequent dial layout was conceived, developed, and made entirely by Vincent, who used what for long has been referred to as a “workhorse movement,” the ETA 2892.

Detailed Review With The Vicenterra GMT-3 Tome 5 Titanium Black Máté Replica
This base movement runs at 4Hz, has a power reserve of 42 hours, and enough torque to tenderize an elephant – almost. This made it ideal for Vincent to develop a proprietary Vicenterra module that goes on top of the base caliber. The module doubles the base’s 21-jewel count to 42 and, more importantly, adds functions such as a large day-night indicator at 12, a GMT dial at 7, a retrograde date at 2, and of course, a spinning globe at 5 o’clock.

The functions can either be adjusted via the crown or, for the GMT and the globe, via their respective pushers set into the left and right sides of the case. This allows for easy setting and, in fact, the display of time in three separate time zones as the adjusting pushers work well with a solid click, giving away the treats of a well-designed module.

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