Concord C1 Code Chronograph Watch - True Mathematical Precision

May 26, 2010
The new Concord C1 Code chronograph watch seems to be created for those crazy about mathematics. The sapphire crystal of the new Concord watch is invaded by an algebraic formula that actually hints at the structural complexity of the watch. The formula is tattooed right amid the time information.

Concord fans must be aware that the brands time measurement boasts its own inherent codes:

  • 53 case components,

  • 44 mm diameter,

  • 7 crown elements,

  • 7 lateral self-locking screws,

  • a 3.3 mm sapphire crystal,

  • 3 dial levels,

  • 16.7 mm thickness.

The new Concord C1 Code chronograph watch boldly reflects this conceptual approach of the brand.

The key construction data may be presented as an algebraic formula developed by a Cambridge University Maths professor. The algorithms on the sapphire crystal of the new Concord watch reflect the interaction between the technical features of the chronograph watch.

The heart of the C1 Code watch is an automatic movement, with a balance frequency of 28,800 vibrations. The movement offers supreme accuracy guaranteed by the COSC chronometer certification.

The imposing layered dial demonstrates an eye-catching contrast between brushed steel and black carbon fiber. Found on either side of the chronograph counters, the date display and the continuously rotating small seconds disk make up a harmonious highly readable layout.

The case of the C1 Code watch, to be compared with an unassailable fortress, is sculptured from stainless steel and guarantees 200-meter water-resistance.

The case middle is provided with a rubber-clad side-screwed protective ring. The bezel is overlapped by eight elements to strengthen the construction. As for the crown, it is provided with seven integrated rubber, composite and steel inserts. The dial of the watch features carbon-fiber elements.

The new Concord C1 Code chronograph watch is coupled with a black vulcanized black rubber strap that is inserted into a titanium case element and then directly secured to the case with help of two self-locking screws that substituted the lugs.

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