Inspired by a 1960 model and sporting a resolutely vintage look, this diver’s watch comes in a 38 mm case water-resistant to 200m. Appearing on a blue or black dial, the hands and hour-markers are enhanced with khaki brown Super-LumiNova, ensuring optimal luminosity even in the depths. The unidirectional fluted bezel features a black ceramic inlay. This timepiece beats to the rhythm of the ETA 2824 self-winding movement with a 38h power reserve.
When colour takes over emblematic timepieces... This timepiece is housed in a slender 39 mm steel case. The dial featuring a small circular satin-brushed and snailed seconds hand at 6 o’clock comes in midnight blue, glacier blue or electric purple versions graced with particularly refined finishes. The hour-markers and numerals are elegantly orchestrated, while the fir-tree hands and the crown enhance the composition. The transparent caseback reveals the meticulously openworked oscillating weight.
This polished steel timepiece is as elegant as it is casual and adapts to any outfit. The dial is deep black with silver-toned hour-markers, particularly legible numerals and a date discreetly located at 3 o’clock. The slender hands are enhanced with Super-LumiNova and ensure clarity of reading in all weathers. The vegetable leather strap made from apple extract adds a refined finishing touch to this 50-piece limited edition.
Unveiled in 1935, this reinvented model features new proportions. Its cushion-shaped case and more rounded lugs assert its determined character. The dial is all about contrasts, featuring a minutes track, embossed white Arabic numerals adorned with Super-LumiNova, as well as rhodium-plated baton-point hands guaranteeing optimal legibility. The composition is elegantly complemented. By a small seconds display at 6 o’clock. This COSC-certified timepiece has a 72-hour power reserve.
This creation belongs to series of reinterpretations honouring the brand’s origins. Framed by a 34mm case crafted in polished steel and topped with a domed sapphire crystal, the appealing time read-off elegantly complements any outfit. The dial features a central shimmering mother-of-pearl disc, slender baton-type hour-markers and a date discreetly located at 6 o’clock. Its transparent caseback enables the wearer to plunge into the heart of the automatic movement with its 80-hour power reserve.
This sporty and elegant creation is designed to be worn on any occasion. Its titanium case features refined curves, while its mirror-polished finish enhances every light reflection. Set against a deep blue background, three chronograph counters are located at 3, 6 and 9 o’clock, stylishly completing the composition. Water-resistant to 100 metres, this timepiece features a stop-second system, a 50-hour power reserve and comes with a five-year guarantee.
This reinterpretation is housed in a 42mm satin-brushed case topped by a refined bezel. Its sunburst satin-brushed dial features the iconic big date at 6 o’clock, as well as polished hour-markers and flat diamond-cut hands. Subtle touches of vintage-style beige Super-LumiNova adorn the dial and glow green in the dark. The transparent caseback reveals the mechanical beating heart of this timepiece, including the oscillating weight, ensuring an 80-hour power reserve.
This model is made of Saxem, a material used in satellites and medical imaging. The particularly complex case comes in Yellow Neon, a powerful and brilliant shade that seems to be lit up from inside. Entirely polished, it strikes a strong contrast with the six screws and the crown, all in polished and beadblasted titanium. The skeletonised movement with its 72h power reserve is equipped with sapphire bridges, a tourbillon at 6 o’clock as well as a micro-rotor.
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