Lip Watch GDG Automatic Lingo Blue/Orange Nato 18728122

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Lip Watch GDG Automatic Lingo Blue/Orange Nato 18728122


General de Gaulle, GDG / 1952, 2013 (revision)

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General de Gaulle, GDG / 1952, 2013 (revision)

The new GDG Automatic Lingo Blue/Orange Nato model is the evolution of historical GDG Automatic model. This trendy model has a relaxed style with its fun nato strap. Nothing more trendy than a retro watch with a nato strap. Its French retro design is authentic. 

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History :

LIP is the first French watch-making manufacturer which developed the first French electronic watch in 1952. Thanks to more than 10 years of research, and thanks to efficiency, passion and cleverness, the LIP engineers managed to develop such an innovation product. The main stake was to manage to miniaturize watch components. The prototype was presented by Fred LIP, in 1952, to the Paris Science Academy. The second hand arouses people’s curiosity as it was completely new. It was the first step to the development of quartz watches. In 1953, the British watch-making Institute invited Fred LIP to present the Electronic watch to Arts Royal Society of London. 

An electronic GDG has been offered to general de Gaulle in 1958. He thanked Fred LIP : "To Mr Fred LIP, thanks to whom I measure hours which are limited".

Fred Lip 1952

Watch reference : 18728122

Strap reference : 150 611
Blue and orange nylon nato
width 18 mm 

Stainless steel case 41 x 35 mm / Gold dial / Gold buckle / Mineral glass

Waterproof 100 m

Movement Miyota 8215 Automatic


Gender : man

Style : contemporary

Display : hands

Case Material : steel

Case Color : Or

Movement : Automatique

Valentine's Day : for him

Strap Material : Nylon