Back in the summer, we featured a Futurematic in all its symmetrical glory, but unlike today’s contender, that was a Ref. E501. While that reference is certainly attractive, it’s got nothing on the Ref. E502, if you ask me. That’s because the latter is objectively more, well, futuristic, with its unconventional, porthole-style registers at three and nine o’clock. These registers function rather uniquely for a 1950s timepiece, with a power reserve dot that changes from red to blue, along with a spinning wheel seconds indicator.
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