Friday, September 30, 2016

The Swiss Women' S National Football Team Visits Carl F.Bucherer

Traditional Swiss watch manufacture F.  Bucherer  has welcomed  the Swiss  Women's  National  Football  Team  to  their  recently  opened  factory  in  Lengnau,  a  nice diversion from the team’s intense preparations for their final qualifying match against Northern Ireland  in  the  European  Championship. 
This  was  an  opportunity  for  the  players  and  their support  staff  to become  better  acquainted with  Carl  F.  Bucherer, the Swiss National Football Teams’ official timekeeper.  There was plenty of time for both sides to get to know one another during a tour that included interesting behind-the-scenes visits to the different departments, an introduction to the brand and its fascinating history, and a review of the watch collection.

The visit highlights the close partnership that exists between Carl F. Bucherer and the Swiss Football Association (SFA).  Carl F. Bucherer's collaboration with the SFA is based on shared values such as attachment to their homeland, determination, ingenuity and perfect timing.

The message chosen for this campaign, "A single second can change history," can be applied to the exquisite timepieces produced by this third-generation family business and to the Swiss women on the playing field.

PUREDIAL Square Legacy

Based in Los Angeles, PUREDIAL is a young, contemporary watch brand established by Ziv Nissimov, a 17 year old entrepreneur belongs to a business family associated with watch designing and manufacturing since long time. Inspired by his family’s historical association with the wristwatch industry, Ziv Nissimov founded his own watch brand christened PUREDIAL.
The first collection from PUREDIAL is Square Legacy, a vintage looking minimalistic watch influenced by the first development of wristwatches in the 1860’s. The antique looking watch with modern day style, Square Legacy also pays tribute to the founder’s family’s heritage in the industry.
As the name suggests, the Square Legacy features a square shaped stainless steel case measuring 42mm x 42mm diameters and 12.40 mm thickness. Its pure, elegant dial features applied index hour markers, central luminous hands for hour, minute and seconds, and a date window at 3’ clock. A discreet crown is positioned at 3’ o clock to set time and date.
The case is also available in various gold plated finishes. The timepiece is equipped with a Miyota 2315 Quartz Movement manufactured in Japan. The Square Legacy comes in different dial and strap colour variations.
PUREDIAL Square Legacy will be launched soon through a crowd funding campaign on Kickstarter.
Update: The brand launched a Kickstarter Campaign on 30 Sep 16 to fund the mass production of Square Legacy collection. Customers can order the PUREDIAL Square Legacy timepiece of his/her choice by backing this online crowd funding campaign. Pledges start from $69.

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Technical details

316L Stainless Steel
Watch size (diameter / thickness): 42.00 mm X 42.00 mm / 12.40 mm
Water resistant: 3 ATM, 30 meters
Glass: Sapphire Coated Glass

Hands: Super-LumiNova illumination
Date function at 3 o’clock

Japanese Miyota 2315 Quartz Movement
Movement Battery: Cell 377

Genuine leather, hand stitched
Strap size: 22 mm
Available strap colors: Black, Tan, Red Brown, and Brown
Buckle: Stainless steel buckle (Rose Gold, Gold, and Silver)

5 year limited warranty

NOMOS Glashütte – New Midnight Blue Dial Collection: Neomatik nachtblau, Metro neomatik nachtblau, Tangente neomatik nachtblau, and Minimatik nachtblau

German watch manufacture NOMOS Glashütte presents a new series of timepieces: Metro neomatik, Tangente neomatik, and Minimatik—all available in exquisite midnight blue.
These three new models form, together with Tetra neomatik nachtblau, a cohesive group within the neomatik family.
Measuring a diameter of 35.0 mm and height 6.9 mm, the stainless steel, two parts case of Tangente neomatik nachtblau model comes fitted with sapphire crystal glass and sapphire crystal glass back.
It boasts a lacquered midnight blue dial featuring green and silver-colored print, rhodium-plated central hour & minute hands and neon orange lacquered small seconds hand.

The Minimatik nachtblau model comes in a stainless steel case fitted with domed sapphire crystal glass and sapphire crystal glass back. The three parts case measures 35.5mm diameter and 8.86 mm thickness.
The lacquered, midnight blue dial features pearled indexes in rose gold and green print. Hour and minute hands are rhodium plated and small seconds hand is neon orange lacquered.

Metro neomatik nachtblau features a stainless steel, bipartite case measuring diameter 35.0 mm and height 8.06 mm. It is fitted with domed sapphire crystal glass and sapphire crystal glass back.
The lacquered, midnight blue dial features green print, rhodium-plated hour and minute hands and neon orange lacquered small seconds hand.

Tetra neomatik nachtblau has a square shaped stainless steel case measuring 33 mm diameter and 7.2mm thickness. Its two part case is fitted with sapphire crystal glass and sapphire crystal glass back.
Its lacquered, midnight blue dial with green print houses rhodium-plated hour and minute hands and a small seconds hand with neon orange lacquered finish.

All these timepieces are equipped with the DUW 3001 in house self winding caliber manufactured by the Glashütte watch making company. This ultra-thin proprietary movement went into series production this spring. Only 3.2 millimeters in height, DUW 3001 gives the new neomatik models their slender and elegant form—while also delivering the highest performance and accuracy. It is the tenth movement developed and produced in-house by NOMOS Glashütte.
These timepieces are equipped with a beautiful and incredibly long-lasting strap crafted from Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan; remborde and fitted with NOMOS’ own winged clasp, a piece of jewelry in itself.

All timepieces are tested for water resistance up to 30 meters. These new models will be available starting October 1.

Tangente neomatik nachtblau
Reference number: 177
Case: stainless steel, bipartite; sapphire crystal glass and sapphire crystal glass back; diameter 35.0 mm, height 6.9 mm
Dial: lacquered, midnight blue; green and silver-colored print
Hands: rhodium-plated; neon orange lacquered seconds hand
Water-resistant: to 3 atm
Strap: black Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan, remborde and hand-stitched, lug width 18 mm; NOMOS buckle clasp

Minimatik nachtblau
Reference number: 1205
Case: stainless steel, tripartite; domed sapphire crystal glass and sapphire crystal glass back; diameter 35.5 mm, height 8.86 mm
Dial: lacquered, midnight blue; pearled indexes, rose gold; green print
Hands: rhodium-plated; neon orange lacquered seconds hand
Water-resistant: to 3 atm
Strap: black Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan, remborde and hand-stitched, lug width 17 mm; NOMOS buckle clasp

Metro neomatik nachtblau
Reference number: 1110

Case: stainless steel, bipartite; domed sapphire crystal glass and sapphire crystal glass back; diameter 35.0 mm, height 8.06 mm
Dial: lacquered, midnight blue; green print
Hands: rhodium-plated; neon orange lacquered seconds hand
Water-resistant: to 3 atm
Strap: black Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan, remborde and hand-stitched, lug width 17 mm; NOMOS buckle clasp

Tetra neomatik nachtblau
Reference number: 422
Case: stainless steel, bipartite; sapphire crystal glass and sapphire crystal glass back; size 33 mm by 33 mm; height 7.2 mm
Dial: lacquered, midnight blue, green print
Hands: rhodium-plated, seconds hand neon orange lacquered
Water-resistant: to 3 atm
Strap: Horween Genuine Shell Cordovan black, remborde, hand-stitched, lug width
20 mm; NOMOS winged clasp

The Movement
DUW 3001—in-house built NOMOS caliber with automatic winding; NOMOS swing system with tempered blue balance spring. (DUW stands for: NOMOS Glashütte Deutsche Uhrenwerke.)
Diameter: 12 ¾ lines (28.8 mm)
Movement height: 3.2 mm
Power reserve: approx. 42 hours
Characteristics: decentralized seconds, stop-seconds mechanism, Glashütte three-quarter plate, NOMOS balance bridge, 27 jewels, bidirectional winding rotor, Incabloc shock protection, DUW regulation system, adjusted in six positions, tempered blue screws, rhodium plated surfaces with Glashütte ribbing and NOMOS perlage.

Zenith El Primero Range Rover Special Edition

In 1969, Swiss luxury watch Manufacture Zenith unveiled its fabled El Primero chronograph. That same year, British car manufacturer Land Rover introduced the prototype of the very first luxury off-road vehicle: the iconic Range Rover. Fired by the same pioneering spirit and the same ability to explore new horizons, these two original creations achieved legendary status.
This year Zenith and Land Rover are uniting in a partnership to celebrate two legendary creations that have made an indelible imprint on watch-making and automotive history. To celebrate this partnership, Zenith is presenting a first exclusive El Primero Range Rover Special Edition.
Zenith and Land Rover are natural frontrunners. Since 1969, which witnessed milestone launches by both companies, their destinies have been entwined. That was the year the Swiss Manufacture presented the famous El Primero chronograph movement, the most accurate in the world; and the British carmaker Land Rover unleashed the first luxury four-wheel drive, the iconic Range Rover.
Three years later, the two adventurers crossed paths when explorer John Blashford-Snell crossed the Darién Gap – an inhospitable marshland and virgin forest area on the border between Colombia and Panama – at the wheel of an early Range Rover and with an El Primero chronograph on his wrist. During this Trans-Americas expedition, both models demonstrated their extreme manoeuvrability, their durability and their exceptional all-terrain capabilities.

Founded by Rover and owned by Tata Motors since 2008, Land Rover is a British car manufacturer specialising in sports utility and all-terrain vehicles. Initially known for its 4x4 expertise, this pioneer has been making robustly built cars capable of performing in the harshest environments since 1948. In 1969, the British brand changed the course of history by producing an all-terrain vehicle of an entirely new genre: the luxurious and intrepid Range Rover. Equipped with a permanent four-wheel drive system, coil springs and a 3.5 L V8 petrol engine, the world’s first luxury 4x4 boasted incomparable on- and off-road performance. In addition, its pragmatic design earned immediate and widespread acclaim.
An iconic silhouette, charisma, technical refinement and remarkable performance: in addition to their birth year (1969), the iconic El Primero and Range Rover share a number of other key assets. To celebrate their partnership, Manufacture Zenith is unveiling an El Primero Range Rover special edition.
In tribute to the first luxury SUV, its brushed grey dial bears the inscription “Zenith Range Rover”. The hands and hour-markers are rhodiumed and luminescent. Beating at the dynamic pace of a legendary movement, the El Primero Range Rover chronograph features a streamlined, subtly curved and inimitable design. Its high-frequency mechanism is clothed in the aluminium ‘bodywork’ – a nod to the Range Rover chassis – of its 42 mm-diameter matt black ceramised case.
Water-resistant to 100 metres and topped by a cambered sapphire crystal, it is equipped with a ratcheted crown and black round pushers. The sapphire case-back bearing the “El Primero Range Rover/ Special Edition” engraving reveals an oscillating weight personalised with the Zenith and Range Rover logos.
Mechanical engine of this special Range Rover edition is the automatic El Primero 400B movement. With its fast-paced beat of 36,000 vibrations per hour enabling it to power a tenth of a second display, and its integrated column-wheel construction, this El Primero ‘engine’ is a worthy heir to the world’s most accurate series-made chronograph developed by Zenith in 1969. This 326-part movement drives central hours and minutes hands, along with chronograph and tachymeter functions, while ensuring an over50-hour power reserve.

The El Primero Range Rover Special Edition is secured by rubber strap coated with ivory-toned perforated calfskin or blue perforated calfskin, secured by a triple folding clasp in DLC-treated titanium.

Technical details
Model: RANGE ROVER - 42 MM
Reference: 24.2040.400/27.R797

Movement El Primero 400B, Automatic
Calibre 13¼``` (Diameter: 30 mm)
Thickness: 6.60 mm
Components: 326
Jewels: 31
Frequency: 36,000 VpH (5 Hz)
Power-reserve: min. 50 hours
Finishes: special oscillating weight with “circular satin-brushed” motif

Hours and minutes in the centre
Small seconds at 9 o’clock
- Central chronograph hand
- 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock
Date indication at 6 o’clock
Tachymeter scale on the dial

Material: Ceramised aluminium
Diameter: 42 mm
Opening diameter: 37.10 mm
Thickness: 12.75 mm
Crystal: Domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment on both sides
Case-back: Transparent sapphire crystal
Water-resistance: 10 ATM

Brushed grey
Hour-markers: Rhodium-plated, faceted and coated with SuperLuminova SLN C1
Hands: Rhodium-plated, faceted and coated with SuperLuminova SLN C1

Black rubber coated with ivory-toned perforated calfskin - 27.00.2118.797 (R797)
Option: Black rubber coated with blue perforated calfskin - 27.00.2118.796 (R796)
Black DLC-treated titanium triple folding clasp

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Freedom To Exist Watches – Introduction

Based in London, Freedom To Exist is a young watch brand that started its operations in November 2015. Promoted by designers who hail from furniture and product design backgrounds, the brand creates affordable luxury timepieces. These wrist accessories are free from fast fashion and passing trends.
“fte” is a self-funded startup and was founded by Kirsty Whyte and Paul Tanner, a couple who met while working at Habitat, before both joining and moving to Shanghai as two of their earliest employees. “fte” watches are free from visible branding, free from unnecessary technology and free from gender rules.
Freedom To Exist (FTE) produces modern, minimalistic timepieces inspired by the classical design of vintage watches. The brand has decided not to put any logo or brand name on the face of the watches; the dot at the 12 hour marker indicates this is a Freedom To Exist watch. Presently, Freedom To Exist’s product portfolio consists of two collections: 30 Edition & 40 Edition.
The brand’s debut collection, the 30 Edition is the perfect combination of classic detailing with a modern, minimalist finish. At 30mm in diameter and 6.9mm thick, the watch was designed with a nod to smaller styles popular with both men and women in the 1950s and 1960s and wears beautifully on both women’s wrists and men with smaller wrists.
The watch face is pure simplicity, but closer inspection reveals the careful detailing of the hand alignments with the hour and minute markings. The 30 Edition’s domed lens, three-hand design and Italian leather strap further enhances the elegant look of the watch.
Equipped with Swiss-made Ronda movements, the timepieces from this collection are available in gold/black, rose gold/tan, rose gold/brown, silver/nougat, silver/grey, silver/black and rose gold/grey color combinations. The 30 Edition retails for £145.

Its second collection, the 40 Edition is a larger iteration of the brand’s successful 30 Edition and is available in two colour-ways - rose gold/tan and gunmetal/black.
Echoing the simplicity and elegance of its previous collection, the 40 Edition has a clean, understated watch face and is a three-hand style with each hand aligning with the hour and minute markings. The 40 Edition has a 316 stainless steel case with a domed lens and houses a 763.3 Swiss-made Ronda movement.  Each style is paired with a complementary Italian leather strap. The 40 Edition retails for £165/ €190/ $210.
Freedom To Exist watches can be purchased from the brand’s website with free shipping to any international location. They are also available for purchase at select design shops and independent boutiques such as Barbican Shop, Another Country, Clerkenwell London, Skandium, SCP and TWENTYTWENTYONE in London.

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G. Gerlach Navigator 2nd Edition

Polish watch brand G. Gerlach presents the new edition of its Navigator, one of the initial models from the watch maker. The new model will incorporate a new, modular case. Originally designed for 303/II model, this elegant and comfortable case measures 43mm diameter and 13 mm thickness.
The movement remains same: The TMI/Seiko NH35A automatic movement. Bearing 24 jewels and also equipped with hacking and hand winding features, this movement delivers a power reserve up to 40 hours when fully wound.
Fitted with a sapphire crystal glass with AR coating, its stainless steel case has a water resistance up to 100 meters. In the second edition, hands are brand new, slightly increased, and in brushed finish. The second hand is skinnier. The crowns at 2ó clock and 4ó clock are polished to match the bezel.

The Navigator 2nd Edition comes with a brown leather strap.

Thomas Mercer Legacy Atlantic Challenge - The Marine Chronometer Celebrating Sir Francis Chichester’s World Solo Speed Distance Record

Thomas Mercer presents Atlantic Challenge, new exclusive edition of Its Legacy Marine Chronometer. The new-born masterpiece will enjoy its exclusive world premiere during Top Marques Watches 2016, exhibition which will be held at Hotel Hermitage Monte Carlo on September 29th - October 1st , concurrently with the renowned the Monaco Yacht Show.
With its timekeepers featuring fundamentally in their achievements and histories, Thomas Mercer’s heritage is intimately linked with such legendary figures as Sir Ernest Shackleton, Sir Winston Churchill, and such notable vessels as the Royal Yacht Britannia, thus deeply entrenching the brand in the annals of British sailing. To add a further dimension to this dashing heritage, the Atlantic Challenge wants to pay homage to another great feat of navigation, the solo world speed distance record established in 1971 by Sir Francis Chichester during the eponymous race.

Chronometer 23543 and the Atlantic Challenge
Sir Francis Chichester’s name is a legend in British navigation.  Aviator and sailor, he was knighted in 1967 by Queen Elizabeth II as the first person to sail single-handed around the world by the clipper route, and the fastest circumnavigator. For the ceremony, Her Britannic Majesty used the sword employed by her predecessor the first Queen Elizabeth to knight the first Sir Francis of nautical fame - the adventurer Drake (the first Englishman, with his crew, to circle the globe).

Never satisfied with his achievements, Chichester’s restless spirit turned at once to the next great hurdle facing the single-hander; the speed barrier of 200 nautical miles a day. On January 12th 1971, aboard his 57ft ketch Gipsy Moth V, he set off from Bissau in Portuguese Guinea to cross the Atlantic to San Juan del Norte. During this 23-day crossing, he repeatedly broke said barrier, achieving his top record on January 31st when he raced 231 miles in just 24 hours.

For navigating he used compass as direction finder, sextant to calculate latitude and Thomas Mercer chronometer No 23543 to determine longitude. With yet another ground-breaking feat of navigation directly relevant to its heritage, Thomas Mercer is now proud to pay homage to Sir Francis and celebrate the Atlantic Challenge by dedicating this eponymous timekeeper.

The Atlantic Challenge Marine Chronometer
With its distinctive asymmetrical body of AISI 316 stainless steel with precious elements in high gloss finish woods, the Legacy lovingly blends a modern British design with flawless craftsmanship. In parallel with her exquisite casing, the Legacy contains a mechanism that is the purest expression of marine chronometer. Visible from the dial, the escapement, the beating heart of the timekeeper, comes in its par excellence form, the Spring Detent, and is coupled with the sine qua non chain-and-fusee drive. A unique feature of the Legacy chronometer is the gimbals’ suspension that allows the movement to remain horizontal regardless of the motion of the ship - ideal for achieving maximum accuracy.
In its Atlantic Challenge version, the timekeeper shows an elegant combination of Ziricote, White Ripple Sycamore and Oak, surrounding a fine hand-painted dial featuring the Atlantic Ocean map on which the plot course the 1971 race is represented.  As a final touch of incomparability, engraved on the base plate are Sir Francis’ signature and Gipsy Moth V’s silhouette and deckplan, the latter showing also the position on board of chronometer 23543.

On the occasion of the launch of the Legacy Atlantic Challenge, Thomas Mercer has also announced its partnership in support of the Gipsy Moth Trust, a charity whose aim is to keep Sir Francis Chichester’s legacy very much alive for future generations. By acquiring and restoring Gipsy Moth IV – the predecessor of Gipsy Moth V used in 1966’s solo circumnavigation - founders Eileen Skinner and Rob Thompson wanted not only to retain within the United Kingdom this fundamental part of the British sailing history, but also to make her available for people of all ages to see and sail and to inspire a new generation of youth.

To further attest to the historical importance of this notable vessel, the new British passport features the Gipsy Moth IV alongside a modern marine chronometer and its ancestor H4, the invention of John Harrison that finally solved the problem of longitude determination at sea.

Jean Marcel MYTHOS Vertical Limit® Chronograph

Swiss watch brand Jean Marcel has launched a new sportive collection under the name MYTHOS. The steel case with two sapphire crystals is combined with carbon inserts on both sides of the case.
The legendary Valjoux 7750 mechanical self winding movement equipped with Glucydur balance assures the high accuracy. The arrangement of the three counters in a vertical row on the dial is registered. The center counter indicates the telemeter scale to be read by the red counter part of the stop second. Another special, unprecedented feature: by blowing on the sapphire crystal, the condensation of your breath enables you to see the brand logo on the crystal.
Technical details
Model: MYTHOS Vertical Limit® Chronograph 760.280.22

Mechanical with automatic winding Caliber
ETA Valjoux 7750 top with Glucydur balance / JM A14

Diameter 44mm, steel case with carbon inserts
Water resistant 10atm
Sapphire crystal with non-reflective coating inside and MYSTERY effect outside
Sapphire case-back secured with four screws

White enamel with lacquer applied index with Superluminova
Black totalisators, Vertical Limit® - registered Design

Finest calf leather from Horween® Chicago 1905, deployant buckle

BOVARRO MOON 1969 Automatic

Based in Canada, the founders of Ferro Watches launch a new Swiss watch brand named BOVARRO. The debut collection of the brand is a Swiss made watch series inspired by Apollo 11 lunar mission conducted in 1969. To fund the initial mass production of the Moon 1969 watch, Bovarro has launched online crowd funding campaign on Kickstarter.
The BOVARRO Moon 1969 watch collection is available in four series: 3 models – Lunar, Orbit and Celestial - feature stainless steel case. The fourth model is offered in an 18 carat gold case.
The Moon 1969 watch takes its design inspiration from the Apollo 11 spacecraft for example; the bezel fixed with 8 screws resembles the hatch on the Apollo 11 spacecraft and the crown looks like the knob on the right side of the hatch.
The easy to read, black dial of the Moon 1969 Lunar Series model boasts luminescent hour markers and indexes, luminescent moon at 6ó clock, date window at 3ó clock.
In Orbit and Celestial models, the brand has chosen a minimalistic, index free dial. The central dial features small dots as minute markers and date at 4.30h. In Orbit series the dial features four large, luminous dots respectively at 12, 3, 6 and 9ó clock. In Celestial version, the large dots at 12, 3, 6 and 9ó clock have been omitted.
In all three models, the configuration of hands remains same: Two large, luminous hands respectively for hour & minute indications and a sweep central seconds hand with arrow tip.
On the top, its stainless steel case is fitted with a brush finished bezel secured with 8 screws. A double domed, scratch resistant sapphire crystal glass with anti reflective coating guards the watch face.
The screwed in, stainless steel case back protects the timepiece in the rear side. It has an engraving of the Moon at the centre. The large, screwed-down crown ensures high level of water resistance and the luminous details on the dial and hands ensures legibility even during dark conditions.
Inside each timepiece, beats a Swiss made ETA 2824-2 self winding movement bearing 25 jewels. Beating at the rate of 28,800 vph the movement can deliver a power reserve up to 36 hours when fully wound.
The shining star of the Moon 1969 collection is Gold Watch Limited Edition Series, planned in an exclusive numbered edition of 99 pieces. This rose gold timepiece features the same aesthetic designs of Lunar Series. Crafted in 18 carat rose gold (case, crown, case-back and buckle), this special timepiece is the most expensive wristwatch ever offered in a Kickstarter campaign.
The stainless steel (Lunar, Orbit and Celestial) models in is available in two case sizes: 40mm & 46mm where as the limited edition gold series comes is available only in 46mm size. The 40mm size enables the female clientele also to enjoy wearing the Moon 1969 watch.
Water resistance of stainless steel watches is 100 meters and the gold watch is water resistant up to 50 meters. Each Automatic Swiss Made Bovarro watch is paired with an Italian leather strap with a choice of black or brown colour.
During the Kickstarter campaign the customers can order any of the stainless steel models by pledging an amount of $ 779CAD (Appx US$ 599) or more. The backers can also order the limited edition gold watch (99 pieces only) by pledging an amount of $ 8000CAD (US$ 6153). Estimated delivery is planned in May 2017. With each model, Kickstarter backers will also receive a realistic moon model (measuring 5 cm) and a luxury piano finish box. All Bovarro watches are Swiss Made and will come with an Authenticity of Swiss Made watch certificate.

Enjoy the 360 degree view of  BOVARRO MOON 1969 Automatic watch here.

Kick-starter link :

Technical details
46mm diameter with 24 mm lugs / 14 mm thick
40 mm diameter with 20 mm lugs / 12 mm thick 
Material: Brushed 316L Stainless steel/ 18 carat rose gold for limited edition series
Crystal: Double Domed Sapphire with Anti Reflective coating
Engraved logo on crown and back case 
Water Resistance: 100 meter (10 BAR) for stainless steel models & 50 meters for gold edition

ETA 2824-2 mechanical automatic, Swiss made
Movement diameter: 25.60mm
Movement thickness: 4.60mm
Hours, minutes, sweep second
Self-winding mechanism with ball bearing
Date, corrector
Stop second device
Regulator system ETACHRON and regulator corrector
28.800 vibrations per hour; 4 Hz
25 Jewels
Custom Rotor with Bovarro brand names and logo
Power reserve: 38 hours

German Made / Italian Leather
Brushed 316L Stainless steel buckle for stainless steel model and 18 carat rose gold buckle for Gold edition
Engraved logo on buckle

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