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From our special watch reporter, Olivier Muller

It's not that easy for independent watchmaker to gain visibility from the huge Baselworld fair. Small companies such as Peter Speake-Marin or MB&F now grew up into well established manufactures, and we see another generation taking place. Amongst them stands Vincent Plomb and his young brand Vicenterra.

Two years ago, Vincent launched a subscription for its very first model, the GMT-3. After only year, all the 100 units found their happy owners. The GMT-3 is now a current collection of which Vincent now offered a new version.

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Basically, it's the same ETA 2892 basis, reworked by Vincent so that it offers a night & day disc and a retrograde date, while a true globe at 5 o'clock turns in a 24 hours revolution.

In Baselworld, Vincent unveiled a black dial to its creation and has significantly reshaped the hands of the GMT-3. It now comes with a more modern look and feel, maybe more practical as well, as the hands now benefit from a SuperLumiNova treatment.

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The GMT-3 might stand as one of the most independant attractive piece to date, in a reasonable range of price: the first GMT-3 was offered in subscription at 5'000 CHF, the following should hit 13'000 CHF. Developments made by Vincent, who also serves as a third party engineer for other Valllée-de-Joux based manufactures, really turned the 2892 caliber into something unique and refreshing.

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