The Bovet Chronograph Cambiano edition 2011 watch is a successful mixture of a sporty design and prestige mechanics. It has inherited the signature aesthetic codes of its predecessor, including the oscillating weight and screws. The watch catches the glance by its varied topography, contrasting finishes and surface treatments.
The Amadeo convertible case, 45mm in diameter, with its perfect proportions, gives the watch’s owner a unique opportunity to have at his disposal a wristwatch, pocket watch, miniature clock, or sports counter in one. The case is 100-meter water-resistant.
The steel case-band and case-back demonstrate a circular satin finish, while the bezel, support, crown and bow are presented in ball-milled steel provided with black DLC coating.
The chronograph push-pieces, with the shape similar to an accelerator, are positioned symmetrically on either side of the bow at 11 o’clock and 1 o’clock, reflecting the brand’s customary aesthetic codes and ensuring perfect ergonomics with any case configuration.
The Chronograph Cambiano edition 2011 presents a varied topography united by a succession of curves and sharp angles.
Further enhancing the clarity of the overall display, the chronograph hands are blued, while rhodium-plated hands are used for time indications. The small seconds-hand is worth special attention – it demonstrates stylised design, being reminiscent of the motor car and the horology world.
The dial is shielded by a sapphire crystal with anti-glare treatment.
The heart of the new Bovet watch is a highly-reliable self-winding chronograph movement. Operating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour, it gives an advantage of a 50-hour power reserve.
The Bovet Chronograph Cambiano edition 2011 watch goes on a masculine rubber strap fitted with a stainless steel ardillon buckle. As a pocket watch, it is presented on a silver chain.