Sunday, June 19, 2016

R&D Geneve Pan American Chronograph Collection

These new chronograph timepieces from R&D Geneve feature an exclusive chronograph mechanism which controls a centre seconds hand that can be started, stopped and reset to time an event. A subsidiary dial records the elapsed minutes. Two pushers in the case band serve to operate and return the chronograph to zero. A watch made of 240 components that both measures and displays elapsed times and shows conventional time.
Equipped with the prestigious Valjoux 7750 chronograph self winding movement, the R&D Geneve Pan American Chronograph is offered in a 44 mm diameter case crafted in Black PVD-treated stainless steel and titanium case. Presently, two dial versions are available: Red & Black.
In addition to these models, the collection offers Pan American Extreme Machine model crafted in forged carbon. Its revolutionary material - forged carbon - was born of collaboration of Lamborghini and Callaway Golf originally used for sports car production with the goal of obtaining a lighter, stronger and faster material that can beat titanium.
Technical details
Movement
Calibre: Valjoux 7750 chronograph
Number of rubies: 25
Frequency: 4 Hz (28,800 Alt/h)
Power reserve (hours): 48

Indicators
Hours, minutes, seconds, date, chronograph hours, minutes and seconds

Pan American Chronograph
Case: Black PVD-treated stainless steel and titanium
Diameter: 44mm
Components: 240
Water resistance: Water resistant up to 10 bar
Crystal: Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Case back: Transparent
Strap: Calfskin leather with black or coloured topstitching
Clasp: Buckle clasp: Black PVD-treated titanium

Pan American Chronograph Extreme Machine
Case: Forged carbon
Diameter: 44mm
Components: 240
Water resistance: Water resistant up to 10 bar
Crystal: Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Case back: Transparent
Strap: Calfskin leather
Clasp: Buckle clasp: Black PVD-treated titanium

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