2000 Gevril Tribeca Chronograph
The Gevril Tribeca, is probably the most famous homage to the single most famous watch of all time, the Rolex Paul Neman Daytona. When Gevril created the Tribeca in 1999 the goal was to create a fun watch that appealed to the enthusiast who couldn’t afford a Paul Newman could wear while at the same time wanting to build something of the highest quality and, from a sense of detail and dimension, totally faithful to the original.
The Gevril Tribeca uses a Hesalite acrylic crystal just like in the original watch and incredibly, the bracelet is highly reminiscent of the original and, if anything, features a slightly wider and chunkier clasp. additionally, the Gevril features an ETA 2824 paired with a Dubois Depraz chronograph module which is the identical module seen in an Audemars Piquet Royal Oak Offshore.
What's cool about the Gevril Tribeca is that it engages both actual Paul Newman owners and the growing collectors who want to approach the design and passion of the real deal in a way that is completely attainable without sacrificing quality, form, and or function.
|Dial||Matte White "Exotic" Dial|
|Strap||Gevril "Oyster-Style" Bracelet W/ Original End Pieces|
The unpolished case remains in exceptional "near new old stock" condition, showing only a few signs of previous use. The black "units per hour bezel" exhibits no wear or signs of previous use. The case retains its original Gevril signed crown and screw-down pushers. The acrylic crystal features some light scuffs and is in overall excellent condition. The case back retains all of its original factory marking and shows minimal signs of use. The original Gevril "oyster-style" is in superb condition and retains its original factory protective sticker on the clasp. The bracelet retains 14 links that show no stretch, and one of the end pieces is believed to be aftermarket.
The matte white tri-color "exotic" dial is in perfectly preserved condition, showing no age or blemishes. The tritium lume plots are bright white and exhibit no degradation when inspected under U.V. light. The original tritium hands match the dial perfectly and show no degradation under U.V. light inspection.
None. The watch is keeping time and functioning perfectly, previous service history is unknown.