Turning the watch over, you’re greeted by a solid stainless steel caseback. On that back though is a stamped depiction of a toipilleur, a small, quick-moving warship used during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. As the namesake for this watch, it makes sense to see one on the reverse.
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