SKU:  177

LE SENTIER AUTOMATIC – REF. 177


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A very rare Daniel Roth Le Sentier reference 177, from one of the undisputable master watchmakers of our time. Encased in the signature double-ellipse steel case (38,5 mm x 35,5 mm with a slim profile of 7,8mm thick) is the manual Daniel Roth Le Sentier 177. Assembled by hand and powered by a Daniel Roth automatic caliber, based on the Girard Perregaux 3100 movement (signed GPM). Beautifully finished with Côtes de Genève, the caliber features 27 jewels and a 46-hour power reserve and a 28,800 v/h oscillating balance with polished screw heads. The dial presents vintage tritium indexes above the numerals and Tritium-filled hand tips (a rare and radioactive isotope of hydrogen called tritium, being used in the past as the energy source in radioluminescent lights) before being replaced by Luminova. The timepiece is in nearly pristine condition, accompanied by its original leather band and box. While it doesn't include the original warranty, we provide a comprehensive one-year warranty for your peace of mind.

A very rare Daniel Roth Le Sentier reference 177, from one of the undisputable master watchmakers of our time. Encased in the signature double-ellipse steel case (38,5 mm x 35,5 mm with a slim profile of 7,8mm thick) is the manual Daniel Roth Le Sentier 177. Assembled by hand and powered by a Daniel Roth automatic caliber, based on the Girard Perregaux 3100 movement (signed GPM). Beautifully finished with Côtes de Genève, the caliber features 27 jewels and a 46-hour power reserve and a 28,800 v/h oscillating balance with polished screw heads. The dial presents vintage tritium indexes above the numerals and Tritium-filled hand tips (a rare and radioactive isotope of hydrogen called tritium, being used in the past as the energy source in radioluminescent lights) before being replaced by Luminova. The timepiece is in nearly pristine condition, accompanied by its original leather band and box. While it doesn't inc ... A very rare Daniel Roth Le Sentier reference 177, from one of the undisputable master watchmakers of our time. Encased in the signature double-ellipse steel case (38,5 mm x 35,5 mm with a slim profile of 7,8mm thick) is the manual Daniel Roth Le Sentier 177. Assembled by hand and powered by a Daniel Roth automatic caliber, based on the Girard Perregaux 3100 movement (signed GPM). Beautifully finished with Côtes de Genève, the caliber features 27 jewels and a 46-hour power reserve and a 28,800 v/h oscillating balance with polished screw heads. The dial presents vintage tritium indexes above the numerals and Tritium-filled hand tips (a rare and radioactive isotope of hydrogen called tritium, being used in the past as the energy source in radioluminescent lights) before being replaced by Luminova. The timepiece is in nearly pristine condition, accompanied by its original leather band and box. While it doesn't inc


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