Officina Del Tempo Presents Armatore Chrono Watches

Sep 07, 2010
The Italian watch brand Officina Del Tempo takes great pride in announcing its remarkable Armatore Chrono watches.

The extraordinary timepieces, included into the new collection, are encased in high-grade stainless steel, which exposes polished and brushed surfaces. Round in shape, the cases measure 42 mm in diameter.

Each timepiece features a “Made in Italy” inscription as well as a laser-engraved serial number. The water-resistance of the models is assured down to 10 ATM.

The new Officina Del Tempo watches are equipped with unidirectional bezels, performed in ocean blue or black. They form elegant frames around alluring dials, dressed in black or white.

Each display is completed with applied metal indexes and an extra-large Arabic numeral, positioned at 12 o’clock.

The dial also reveals chronograph counters, located at 3, 6 and 9 o’clock. The chronograph totalizers and the fifteen-minute countdown indices are accented with subtle touches of red. The date indication appears in an aperture between 4 and 5 o’clock.

The progression of hours and minutes is marked by transparent hands. They are supported by a slender centralized seconds hand.

The new Armatore Chrono watches rely on the Miyota OS20 quartz chronograph movements.

The timekeepers are teamed with a black leather strap or a gel strap. Alternatively, the model can be mounted on a polished-and-brushed steel bracelet with a deployant buckle.

The collection presented is granted a two-year warranty. The new Officina Del Tempo watches will be enthusiastically received by lovers of impeccable design and perfectionists that pay attention even to the smallest detail.

Discover a fine range of Officina Del Tempo watches:

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