The German timepiece maker Bavarian Crono is excited to offer a new BC 42 watch, which stands out due to its offbeat appearance.
The extraordinary watch from Bavarian Crono is clearly identifiable by virtue of specific design elements, borrowed from various cars. They include a speedometer dial and a speedometer needle with central covering, magnificently reproduced on the watch face.
The display captures the time with charismatic hour and minutes light-tone hands. Supported by a blued seconds hand, they ensure the dial remains optimally readable at all times.
The hands sweep smoothly over large white-painted Arabic numerals, which provide a stunning contrast with the black background of the display. The date indication appears in an aperture at 6 o’clock. The brand’s logo is found beneath the 12 o’clock hour-marker, while the name of the model resides above the date exhibition window.
Shielding the dial of the new BC 42 watch is a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, encircled by a stainless steel bezel. It is designed either in classical style or with quadruple grooving.
The bezel envelops a grinded stainless steel case, which measures 42 mm in diameter and 12.6 mm in height. It boasts a bolted steel glass bottom, which similar to the top sapphire crystal ensures a high level of the model’s durability. The case is equipped with a winding crown, conventionally positioned at 3 o’clock. The timepiece presented is 50-meter water-resistant.
Inside the case is beating a Swiss-made automatic mechanical movement - calibre ETA 2824-2. It incorporates an oscillating weight, refined with cross cut and finely honed. Paved with 25 jewels, the mechanism operates at a frequency of 28.800 vibrations per hour and provides a 36-hour power reserve.
A black or brown classic calf leather strap, closed with a polished stainless steel clasp, completes the features of the new Bavarian Crono watch.