Meet Christian Jacques Explorator Watch

Mar 09, 2010
The renowned watchmaker Christian Jacques is proud to bring forth its new Explorator watch, which affirms its character in a sportive and distinctive style. The men's watch stands out due to innovative materials employed in its manufacturing. Its charismatic design combined with high performance will surely win the hearts of the brand’s faithful admirers.

The Christian Jacques Explorator watch relies on a Ronda 5040B quartz or ETA 2826-2 self-winding movement. It serves to display hours, minutes, seconds, as well as date and chronograph.

The core of this revolutionary watch is enclosed in a cambered steel case, which boasts a diameter of 45 mm. It is fitted with a screw-down crown. The front side of the case is armed with a glareproofed sapphire crystal. The self-winding interpretation of the watch also features a see-through case-back.

The water-resistance of the novel timepiece is down to 100 meters.

The Christian Jacques Explorator watch exposes a guilloche black carbon fibre dial. Set within the dial are 30-minute, 1/10 seconds and small seconds sub-dials, positioned at 9, 6 and 3 o’clock correspondingly. They are joined by the oversized date aperture at 12 o’clock. The alternative version of the display includes three hands with central seconds and large date at 3 o’clock.

Keeping the Christian Jacques watch secured to the wearer’s wrist is a leather or rubber strap, finished with a folding clasp.

The new timepieces of the brand are to be officialy presented at Baselworld 2010.

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