Monday, March 16, 2015

SAINT HONORE Manhattan Collection

Eighteen years ago, SAINT HONORE won First Prize in the New York Luxury Design Competition for its Manhattan collection. Now the brand presents a  new  Manhattan  model, loyal  to  the  spirit  of  its  glorious  forerunner  and  yet  unprecedented in a number of ways. For this new model, SAINT HONORE’s designers have chosen to cultivate its Art Deco roots with a curved rectangular case that perfectly fits the wrist.

The vertical skyscrapers of Manhattan are evoked through every detail of the watch, from the finish of its body to the silver tone guilloché dial. Large Roman numerals add a stylish geometric accent that also makes the time easy to tell. Restrained elegance, a refined design and quality craftsmanship are the hallmarks of this new Manhattan model. Its rectangular case, less ordinary than traditional round models for a stronger personality, qualifies it as a member of the "shape" watch category.
As an additional sign of its assertive character, this decidedly masculine model is available in a choice of quartz chronograph or three-handed quartz, where a discreet date display at 6 o'clock complements the hour, minute and centre second hands.

Technical details
Model: Manhattan quartz 2 tones
-  Rectangular stainless steel case, 35 mm x 37 mm
-  Silver tone “guilloché” dial, Roman numerals and index skeleton, hands PVD or rose
-  Sapphire coating
-  Quartz movement 3 hands
-  Fond fixé par 4 vis
-  Date at 6 h
-  Water resistant to 50 m
-  2 tones metal strap on deploying buckle
-  SWISS MADE

Model: Manhattan quartz chronograph PVD or rose
-  Rectangular stainless steel case, or rose PVD finish, 35 mm x 37 mm
-  Silver tone “guilloche” dial, Roman numerals and index skeleton, or rose PVD finish
-  Sapphire coating
-  Quartz chronograph movement, 3 counters at 2, 6 and 10 h
-  Fond fixé par 4 vis
-  Date at 6 h
-  Water resistant to 50 m
-  Brown leather strap « croco design », on deploying buckle
-  SWISS MADE

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