In white gold, the 900P has an almost futuristic feel to it, while the red gold feels much more classic. Instead of blackened bridges and a silver chapter ring, we get the reverse here, and the silver plates look surprisingly good against the red gold case. There’s no hint of a two-tone vibe here at all. It still wears unbelievably well for a watch this thin – this watch could easily end up feeling too thin, but it doesn’t at all.
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