Georg Jensen Koppel GMT Power Reserve Gold Watch Review
Friday - 03 July 2015
Georg Jensen unveil a new addition to the exquisite Koppel watch range.
Named after the designer Henning Koppel, the very first model was released in 1978 as a revolutionary innovation. The contemporary Georg Jensen team continue his legacy by looking back to tradition and remaining a source of minimalism and understatement presented in a beautiful and subtle design.
The fluent, fine lines provide a delicate elegance to the 41 mm dial with a classic and pure overall appearance. The ultra thin pointed hands glide over the clean white enamel indicating the time according to the intricate dots that replace the standard Arabic numbers or baton shaped indices. Two counters (power reserve and second time zone) are delicately positioned above and below the centre hands in a stylised and minimal way adding to the beauty of the timekeeper. The only other feature to sit on the uncluttered dial is the date display at 3 o’clock, which again remains in keeping with the overall sleek design and signature style of Georg Jensen. The dial is framed by a luxurious 18k rose gold case, which cements the sophistication and elegance of the timepiece.
The luxurious and beautiful character of the watch continues to the Swiss Made movement, which performs to a high level of technicality and excellence. Balance and precision are secured both inside and out with the brands attention to detail and their high standards applied to all aspects on the manufacturing process. The sleek and beautiful masterpiece is finished with a brown alligator strap and 18k gold Ardillon buckle.
Georg Jensen has effortlessly designed an understated masterpiece laced with beauty and elegance where complexity and accuracy are continued to be met.
Take a look at the Georg Jensen Koppel GMT Power Reserve Gold at Jura Watches.