Mido Unveils Novel Belluna GMT Watch

Jun 04, 2010
In 2008, the Mido watch company introduced a new Belluna line, which was remarkably well-received by watch enthusiasts and collectors. This year, the already famous collection has been joined by a new GMT watch designed in the Art Deco style.

Distinguished by its bright and stylish contours, the novel Mido watch draws its inspiration from the New York Chrysler Building. Located on the east side of Manhattan in the Turtle Bay area at the intersection of 42nd Street and Lexington Avenue, this skyscraper, considered to be the most renowned in the world, is a classic example of Art Deco architecture.

The new jewel in the Belluna line is proposed with a stainless steel case. Its elegant geometrical forms will surely thrill those, who are passionate about the 1930s style. The gentle curves of the case provide a striking contrast with the straight lines and right angles of the indexes presented on the watch dial. The display also includes the hands, which bring to mind the arrow, rising over the New York skyline. The second time zone is possible to be read off from a 24-hour hand.

On its front side, the watch case is assembled with a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. It also features a crown and a see-through screw-fitted back. The Mido watch is submersible to 100 meters.

Adding the final note of harmony is a genuine leather strap closed with a folding clasp. Alternatively, the watch can be mounted on a stainless steel bracelet.

Revolutionary and bold, the novel Mido Belluna GMT watch will surely underscore the style of a modern man in search for functional elegance.

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