The GMT models look basically the same as the long sold-out earlier versions -- the only differences I can detect are a different bezel with a shorter bezel crown, and a new band with straight ends (vs. the old version with a curve at the lugs). The black faced models used to have hands that were entirely lumed, and the third watch used to have more red in the dial. I was hoping for some all-new K-34s with new dials paying homage to the Komandirskies of the 1980s, but the fact that these are back in production is a good sign.
Here are the earlier versions of these models...
Finally bought this MIOD Baroncelli M8600.4.21.1, features in water-resistant 5 BAR, automatic winding, it used ETA-2824-2 movement, used 316L stainless steel, has anti-reflection treatment, adopted see-through back, the diameter is 38mm, the thickness is 9.10mm, lug to lug is 20mm.
Now, let's see the watch!
The MIDO box is all black with orange fonts on it, looks not gaudy, the color black gives off a composed breath. As to the MIDO watch which is today's main role, the M8600.4.21.1 lying silently on the black cushion in the box.
Show you a close-up picture of the watch. Silver textured color dial with blue blue Arabic numerals, has date display between the 4 and 5 positions, it used Dauphine style hands. This model matches with a deployant clasp, looks very elegant!
The watch had been well-polished, the stainless stell case and bracelet look very shiny!
Look at the buckle!
The case back uses observation crystal, you can see the movement, but the rotor covered 1/2 of the movement.