The prominent watchmaker Saint Honore has recently introduced its Coloseo Black Racing 2010 watch, a new exciting member to the famous Black Racing collection. This remarkable watch was exposed on the wrists of the world’s best drivers in the course of the 2010 Le Mans 24 Hours.
The novel Saint Honore watch enchants the eye by its appealing black case rendered in stainless steel. Treated with titanium PVD coating, it measures 44 mm in diameter. On the dial side, the case proudly exhibits an anti-glare sapphire crystal. The distinctive flair of this timekeeper is its engraved Black Racing back marked with an exclusive logo. The water-resistance of the watch is down to 50 meters.
Embraced by this marvelous case is a carbon dial. It comprises the hour, minute and seconds counters, positioned at 6, 10, and 2 o'clock correspondingly. The display is visually balanced by an oversized date exhibition window, located at 12 o’clock. Sweeping smoothly over the dial are stainless steel hands, highlighted by white Superluminova for maximum night-time readability.
Completing the successful design of the watch face is a graduated tachometric scale from 0 to 400 km/h, placed on the periphery of the dial. The heart of the watch is a reliable ETA quartz chronograph movement.
The Saint Honore Coloseo Black Racing 2010 watch is teamed with a black leather strap, embellished with white stitching. The strap is fitted with a deploying buckle.
This horological masterpiece can also be dressed in 18K pink gold and equipped with the hands, manufactured from the same material. The chronograph watch has been issued in a limited series of 240 pieces, 120 items per each version.