The timepiece maker Grieb & Benzinger has introduced its new Blue Ocean Skeletonized Monopusher Chronograph. This unique watch will be highly appreciated by a lover of refined aesthetic and brilliant performance.
The new Grieb & Benzinger watch is available in a 47mm round-shaped platinum case. The same material is used for its bezel and guilloched winding crown. The latter is allied with a guilloched single push-piece, which controls all chronograph functions.
The case boasts alternating mirror-polished and satin-finished surfaces. Both top and bottom of the model are fitted with high-grade sapphire crystals.
Beneath the front sapphire glass there is a skeletonized dial, which boasts the famous Breguet frosted finish - the brand’s emblematic feature. Completed with black Roman numerals and blued Breguet-type hands, the central ring on the model’s face indicates hours and minutes.
The central ring is superimposed with two counters. The sub-dial at 3 o’clock takes care of small seconds, while the counter at 9 o’clock counts time up to 30 minutes. The display also offers chronograph stop-seconds, shown by a slim central hand.
The new Grieb & Benzinger Blue Ocean Skeletonized Monopusher Chronograph watch is powered by a historic mechanical hand-wound column-wheel chronograph movement. Manufactured more than 85 years ago in 1926, the caliber is built on 26 jewels.
The new Grieb & Benzinger watch goes on a black leather strap.