Georg Jensen Delta Classic Automatic Watch
Georg Jensen Delta Classic Automatic Watch
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Designed in Copenhagen since 1904, Georg Jensen watches are a breed of Scandinavian minimalism you won’t find in many other brands. The Delta is named after the fourth letter of the Greek alphabet, a triangular shape that’s clean, bold, and resolute—characteristics you’ll find throughout the whole line Read More

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metalhead140
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Feb 19, 2020
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For whatever reason the site isn't allowing me to post a review so I'll try posting it here in the discussion instead: I purchased this watch in the gunmetal finish as a dressier alternative to the Seiko SNZG17J1 that has been my most-days daily watch for the past few years. I have found that I really like the gunmetal finish as something less flashy than either stainless or black, and it goes well with my zirconium wedding ring. This watch is a little larger in diameter than the 38mm Seiko, and I think it fits a bit better on my largish ~7.5" wrist as a result.  To the watch, and the more I look at it the more impressed I am. All surfaces are brushed on watch and bracelet except for the bezel and the end of the crown which are polished. The finishing is very good, I cannot fault it. The bracelet uses screws and solid links, and feels excellent in quality. The deployment clasp is very nice to use, feels secure, is comfortable and has a very clean appearance.  The crown is large and easy to use, the screw down threads are large enough to feel very positive and not fragile in the way many do. The adjustments feel positive and generally it feels great. The movement also looks great through the display case back, though admittedly a lot of the view of the movement is obstructed by the large and complex custom rotor.  Moving to the face, the detail is excellent. Every feature is clean and crisp and perfectly aligned. The applied markers sit proud of the dial and have a thin frame of polished metal surrounding lumed centres (including the numerals). The date window is unobtrusive but easy to read and very well colour matched. The dial face has a deep black enamel look with a slight sunburst effect in the sun. The hands are clean and simple, and the painted centre section of each hand is so well matched with the lume colour that only under close inspection in excellent light can you see the transition from paint to lume. The lume is good, it does not have a huge quantity (particularly in comparison to the aforementioned Seiko SNZG17J1) but it is easily read in low light and dark.  If you can't tell, I really like this watch. The fit and finish significantly surpassed my expectations. It's a simple watch in design, but the details and quality of finish elevate it to a very very nice piece indeed. I expect this to remain a favourite piece. 
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Feb 19, 2020
RayF
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Jan 19, 2020
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Lot's of these available on eBay. You won't find better prices there, but you will find more detailed product shots. Here's a closer look at the case back and clasp:
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Jan 19, 2020
Watchyoutalkingabout
1365
Jan 19, 2020
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Meet George Jetson.... now I have the Jetsons theme song in my head.
Jan 19, 2020
OldFinn
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Jan 19, 2020
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LOL.. first thing came to my mind when I got the Drop email. Now what would George Jetson wear?
Jan 19, 2020
RayF
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Jan 19, 2020
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In Space, no one cares about GMT!

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Jan 19, 2020
Dropthtowaqay
1
Aug 2, 2019
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I want the watch in the 5th picture, but it’s none of the models actually available in the drop :/
Aug 2, 2019
alexcoitus
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Aug 2, 2019
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Hi all, first time here, will i pay tax for this in Europe?
Aug 2, 2019
fr3nko
0
Jan 19, 2020
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Most likely just your country's import tax
Jan 19, 2020
solaufein_g
2
Jan 20, 2020
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Yes my friend ... unfortunately VAT and customs clearance if your country is EU ... That makes a lot of items here on Drop not such good deals, when you add all that.
Jan 20, 2020
MarPabl
355
Jul 31, 2019
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We've got better pictures here: https://www.lauritz.com/Item/ItemImage/ItemImagePage.aspx?LotId=5003914&ImageHex=E11A11EAC6AF43F0357AC3232B9282FA&LanguageId=2 And it doesn't say anywhere, but every hour marker and the hands have luminescence. See here:
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Jul 31, 2019
Watchyoutalkingabout
1365
Jul 31, 2019
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The leather version is $50 more expensive?
Jul 31, 2019
MarPabl
355
Jul 31, 2019
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And I don't see any model without GMT... one of the first photos doesn't has GMT, but the actual models on sale all have GMT and the price is different for each one of those... so the better deal would be the white dial with bracelet...
Jul 31, 2019
Watchyoutalkingabout
1365
Jul 31, 2019
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Exactly my thoughts, but it seems strange the leather version is more $
Jul 31, 2019
seahunter
242
Jul 31, 2019
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I see that the color of the bracelet on the black dial version is darker than the white dial bracelet, and the black dial is more expensive. What is the difference with the black dial version?
Jul 31, 2019
hgonz14
46
Jul 3, 2019
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For anyone who missed this drop, I am selling one that is new and has a 2 year warranty from shopworn. Here is the link on Reddit. https://www.reddit.com/r/Watchexchange/comments/c86ubl/wts_georg_jensen_delta_classic_gmt/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share
Jul 3, 2019
hgonz14
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Jun 14, 2019
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This watch is really beautiful. I bought it from shopworn and I thought it was going to be a glorified beater but once I opened the case and saw the dial, the GMT, and just how nice the black face popped. I can use this as my daily dress watch, it's simplicity is nice and the GMT hand in red is cool but really subtle. The pictures make it look plain, but it's awesome in person.
Jun 14, 2019
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For whatever reason the site isn't allowing me to post a review so I'll try posting it here in the discussion instead: I purchased this watch in the gunmetal finish as a dressier alternative to the Seiko SNZG17J1 that has been my most-days daily watch for the past few years. I have found that I really like the gunmetal finish as something less flashy than either stainless or black, and it goes well with my zirconium wedding ring. This watch is a little larger in diameter than the 38mm Seiko, and I think it fits a bit better on my largish ~7.5" wrist as a result.  To the watch, and the more I look at it the more impressed I am. All surfaces are brushed on watch and bracelet except for the bezel and the end of the crown which are polished. The finishing is very good, I cannot fault it. The bracelet uses screws and solid links, and feels excellent in quality. The deployment clasp is very nice to use, feels secure, is comfortable and has a very clean appearance.  The crown is large and easy to use, the screw down threads are large enough to feel very positive and not fragile in the way many do. The adjustments feel positive and generally it feels great. The movement also looks great through the display case back, though admittedly a lot of the view of the movement is obstructed by the large and complex custom rotor.  Moving to the face, the detail is excellent. Every feature is clean and crisp and perfectly aligned. The applied markers sit proud of the dial and have a thin frame of polished metal surrounding lumed centres (including the numerals). The date window is unobtrusive but easy to read and very well colour matched. The dial face has a deep black enamel look with a slight sunburst effect in the sun. The hands are clean and simple, and the painted centre section of each hand is so well matched with the lume colour that only under close inspection in excellent light can you see the transition from paint to lume. The lume is good, it does not have a huge quantity (particularly in comparison to the aforementioned Seiko SNZG17J1) but it is easily read in low light and dark.  If you can't tell, I really like this watch. The fit and finish significantly surpassed my expectations. It's a simple watch in design, but the details and quality of finish elevate it to a very very nice piece indeed. I expect this to remain a favourite piece.  [image] [image] [image] [image] [image] [image] [image] [image]
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