Clipper 44 mm Mechanical Chronograph from Hermes

Feb 05, 2010
This year, the renowned watchmaker Hermes is pleased to unveil a new interpretation of its legendary Clipper watch.

The new Clipper 44 mm Mechanical Chronograph watch features a 44 mm case, sculptured in steel and titanium. For its brilliant performance and lightness, titanium is highly appreciated in the world of sailing. Both front and backsides of the watch case are fitted with glareproofed sapphire crystals. Hermes’ novel brainchild boasts 200-meter water-resistance.

Although designed for action, this new Hermes watch is also extremely elegant. Reminiscent of the famous sailboat’s porthole, Clipper 44 mm Mechanical Chronograph will appeal to those in search for a special timekeeping companion.

The chronograph watch is powered by a reliable self-winding chronograph movement - Valjoux 7750 calibre. It provides a 46-hour power reserve. This mechanism serves to animate the following functions: hours, minutes, seconds, date, as well as that of chronograph.

The dial of the Clipper watch is featured in three versions: anthracite, palladium or copper brown. It reveals hour, minute and small seconds sub-dials, positioned at 6, 12 and 9 o’clock correspondingly. The date is viewable through an exhibition window, placed at 3 o’clock.

The Hermes Clipper 44 mm Mechanical Chronograph watch is affixed to a black, orange or brown rubber strap. Alternatively, the watch, reviewed by, can be mounted on a steel and titanium bracelet.

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