Sunday, April 12, 2015

Cuervo y Sobrinos Historiador Doble Hora (Dual Time, Ref.3194D.1A, Silver Dial)

Cuervo y Sobrinos’s new timepiece, the Historiador Dual Time is clearly inspired by the refined cosmopolitan sensibility that was the very essence of Havana in the 40s.

Distinctive and elegant, the Historiador Dual Time case is a reproduction of an iconic original Cuervo y Sobrinos model produced from the 1940s—1950s. Classic and timeless, the watch is instantly recognizable by the unique silhouette and design of the lugs. A rich “clous de Paris” dial is paired with outstanding cobalt blue hands and perfectly embodies the meticulous approach and watch-making expertise of Cuervo y Sobrinos. As are all other models of Cuervo y Sobrinos, the Historiador Dual Time is dedicated to people who seek unique timepieces with inimitable heritage and identity.
Inside the case, an automatic CYS 6110 movement and functions: hours, minutes, central seconds and second time at 6 o’clock and big date at 12 o’clock. Through the transparent case-back one can admire the engraved CyS oscillating weight. Historiador Retrograde has a power reserve of 42 hours and guarantees water resistance to 3 atmospheres. The timepiece features a Louisiana alligator strap and a stainless steel folding buckle.
Technical details
Model: HISTORIADOR DUAL TIME
Reference: 3194D.1A (silver dial)

Movement
CYS 6110
Automatic movement
Soprod TT651
Height 5.10 mm
Diameter 25.6 mm (11 1/2)
21 jewels
Big date
Power reserve 42 hours
Rotor with CyS personalization

Functions
Hours, minutes, central seconds, second time at 6h
Big date at 12h

Case
Stainless steel
Diameter 40 mm
Height 11.25 mm
Double curved sapphire crystal with antireflective coating
Water resistant to 3 ATM
Screwed see-through case back

Dial
Silver color
Indices "clous de Paris" shaped
CyS logo applied
High-complicated "clous de Paris" background dial
Bluish hands (on silver dial)

Strap
Louisiana Alligator
Buckle: Stainless steel folding buckle

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