The Gucci Réveil de Voyage was a travel clock, in a nickel case, with an ETA movement and, according to the GPHG archives, an alarm module by Alrin (who seems to have gone out of business; a cursory search reveals, under that name, only an antihistamine). The GPHG description is on the purplish side (no surprise in the watch business) and urges us to “Pensez pur, pensez sobre, pensez graphique” (okay, it was a pretty pure, sober, graphic design) and says the clock was “L’élégance réduite à son essence.” Like the Blancpain, it is now remembered visually on the GPHG website by a 90-pixel-wide thumbnail.
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