Saturday, January 17, 2015

Franck Muller Master Banker Index Map

Unveiled in 1995, the Master Banker Collection by Franck Muller is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a new model: the Master Banker Index Map.

Drawing its inspiration from the businessman of Wallstreet, the Master Banker offers 3 different time zones, all adjustable with the same crown. Thus its owner can instantly see the time at the stock exchange location of his choice, throughout the world. The dial features the home time in the center (hours and minutes) as well as two other world time zones indicated by two hours and minutes counters either at 6 o'clock or at 12 o'clock.

The sun-stamped dial adorned with a map of the world highlights the worldwide character of this model. This timepiece combines function, aesthetics and horological complexity. The new sporty and stylish luminova index gives this timepiece its modern yet undeniable distinctive look.
The line is fitted with an automatic movement and comes in the elegant and timeless Cintrée Curvex shape. To suit every businessman the watch is available in a large range of colored dial and comes in gold, platinum 950 and stainless steel with a colored alligator leather strap.
Technical details
Model: MASTER BANKER
Ref. 8880 MB SC DT IND MAP

Movement
Calibre 2800 MB SC
Self-winding mechanical movement
Dimensions of the movement: Ø 25.60 mm height, 5.60 mm Curvex form.
Waterproof: 3 ATM
Power reserve: 42 hours.
Frequency: 21'600 vibrations/ hour.
Number of components: 247
Number of jewels: 31
Decoration of the movement: Côtes de Genève, circular graining, hand chamfered.

Display
Central hours, minutes and seconds
Two time zones that can be set to the minute at
12 and 6 o’clock with date at 8 o’clock

Functions
3-position winding-stem, the intermediate position being for setting the time zones
Two correctors for the date and the moon

Case
Platinum 950 or 18 carat gold
Dimension of case: 43.30mm x 60.50mm x 12.90mm

Dial
Sun-stamped dial with luminova index

Strap
Alligator leather strap

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