The new GrandCliff TNT Penta chronograph watch from the prestigious watch company Pierre DeRoche is scheduled for presentation at Baselworld 2010.
Technically exclusive and irresistibly attractive, the Pierre DeRoche watch represents a subtle meeting of five high-grade disks. Two date disks are brought together at 12 o’clock. Manufactured from the eloxided aluminium, three other disks serve to display 60 minutes and 12 hours of the fly-back chronograph, as well as the permanent seconds.
The new GrandCliff TNT Penta chronograph accommodates a self-winding Dubois Depraz calibre. Adorned with 49 jewels, this movement incorporates a decorated and engraved circular rotor. It also features an oversized date bridge graced with Cotes de Geneve finish.
The mechanism provides the functions of hours, minutes, seconds, large date and that of chronograph, presented via 60-minute and 12-hour sub-dials.
The novel Pierre DeRoche watch is proposed with a black PVD-treated titanium case, which measures 45.5 mm in diameter. It is endowed with a steel bezel, horns, a screw-down crown, the crown guard and push-pieces. On its front side the case exposes an anti-glare sapphire crystal. The watch also reveals a sapphire crystal case-back. It is 100-meter water-resistance.
Fitting the Pierre DeRoche GrandCliff TNT Penta chronograph watch is a crocodile leather strap, equipped with a safety folding clasp. The timepiece is also featured in another interpretation: with the case crafted from pink gold-steel-titanium, launched in a limited edition of 21 pieces.
The extraordinary chronograph watch, reviewed by Watches.InfoNIAC.com, is to be launched as a limited series of 201 items.