Gucci G-Chrono Watches
Defined by the iconic G-shaped bezel, the G-Chrono pays homage to the House of Gucci. Indeed, the contemporary design of this watch has a modern, sporty look with black and light yellow gold PVD case and a black guilloché dial and matchingblack leather strap too. Boasting a ronda quartz movement, there is water resistance to 5 ATM (160 feet/50 metres) and a wrist that is size adjustable from 150mm to 191mm. The Gucci G-Chrono is a cool and great looking men’s watch. The case is made out of Black Ion-plated steel and the dial is black. The features of the watch have a chronograph and this model has 30 metres water resistance. Indeed, it can be worn in situations where it is possible to be splashed but not immersed in water. For example, it can be used during hand washing and will be fine in the rain. Gucci has gone from strength to strength to become perhaps the definitive Italian luxury brand in the last century. After working for some time in the grand hotels of Paris and London as an immigrant worker, the young Gucci found himself taken with the beautiful trunks and cases used by the wealthiest guests as luggage. Then, upon return to his native Florence, Gucci established a fine leather goods shop that made use of the city’s long history of producing some of the world’s most highly skilled leather artisans. Over the next twenty years, the brand would enjoy considerable success across Italy, expanding to include stores in Milan and Rome. Wealthy patrons fell in love with Gucci’s traditionally styled leather goods that by now included bags, purses and even men’s loafers as well as signature silk scarves. By the 1950’s and 60’s Gucci had become an internationally renowned brand as glamorous film stars and elites flocked to Florence and wider Italy, which had once more become a fashionable destination for vacations. Very soon, Gucci began to develop into the internationally recognised symbol of wealth and luxury that it is today. After a turbulent period in the 80’s that included the company changing hands on multiple occasions and bitter family disputes almost leading to the brand’s destruction, the hiring of fashion guru Tom Ford as creative director in 1994 proved to be a master stroke. Ford managed to drastically reduce the number of items produced by Gucci from 20,000 to 5,000 which helped to cut costs and reestablish the brand as a truly premium manufacturer. These days Gucci continues to be recognised by all and sundry as a creator of luxurious, high quality goods of all types. Renowned for incredible suits, plush leathers and delicious fragrances, the brand managed to nurture a growing reputation as a serious player in the watchmaking industry. A Gucci timepiece shows the globe the wearer is cultured, bothered with style and will not take a thing but the best quality of things and makers. The Gucci brand has been around for nearly a hundred years now and within that time there has been a huge idea as one of the biggest world style and fashion makes. Gucci pieces easily bring in the Swiss watchmaking style and blend it with Italian flair to make a range with both legendary traditional functions and creative modernity. With nice metallic pieces all the way to more practical watches, these are extremely beautiful watches with styles such as standard water-resistance all the way down to the need to withhold depths. The Gucci G-Chrono is an elegant and masculine gents watch that has developed a huge fan base throughout the world. With smooth lines and a stainless steel construction, the Gucci G-Chrono is a beautiful timepiece that works in any situation.