Waltham Creates Fidalgo Watch

Jan 14, 2010
At the beginning of the last century, the watch manufacture Waltham gained a strong reputation by furnishing “mechanical horses” with clocks.

Continuing its streak of excellence, the brand is delighted to introduce its Fidalgo watch, powered by a high-end COSC-certified manually-wound movement - the Dubois Depraz 30030 calibre. Created with an automobile in mind, this watch is bound to fascinate true speed enthusiasts.

The watch movement offers the functions of hours, minutes, seconds, date, chronograph, as well as that of tachometer.

The Fidalgo watch features a case, rendered in stainless steel. On its front side it is armed with a curved sapphire crystal, treated with anti-reflective coating.

The black dial of the Waltham watch is equipped either with white sub-dials and a minute-track or white and red with black sub-dials and a minute-track. It exposes one oversized Arabic numeral and hour-markers, treated with a luminous compound. The dial is also completed with a 30-minute chronograph display, a small seconds counter and a date aperture, located at 9, 3 and 6 o’clock respectively.

The new Waltham Fidalgo watch, reviewed by Watches.InfoNIAC.com, is secured to the wearer’s wrist on a black and grey or black and red perforated buffalo leather strap, finished with a folding clasp.

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