The German-based watchmaker Nivrel is extremely pleased to deliver its Heritage Grand Chronographe watch - a triumph of up-to-date aesthetics and impeccable performance.
The horological novelty has a round-shaped case, sculptured in stainless steel. It measures 42 mm in diameter. The case of the new Nivrel watch embraces a guilloche engraved dial, dressed in silver.
The new model has been featured in two variations. The first interpretation represents a chronograph watch, designed in German heritage style.
Equipped with a tachometric scale, it provides the functions of hours, minutes and seconds, individually displayed by blued steel hands. They circulate serenely over applied rhodium-plated indexes.
The essential features are complimented by those of day and date, presented in separate sections at 3 o’clock. Moreover, the display comprises 12-hour, 60-second and 30-minute counters, located at 6, 9 and 12 o’clock respectively. Animating these functions is a Swiss-made ETA 7750 automatic chronograph movement.
The second version of the new Heritage Grand Chronographe watch is more complicated. Similar to the previous variation, this timepiece exposes rhodium-plated indexes, joined by blued steel hands, which serve to display hours, minutes and seconds. They are supported by a centralized date indicator, finalized by a red arrow.
The timekeeping companion also features 60-second, 12-hour and 30-minute chronograph counters. Besides, the 12 o’clock counter reveals two separate exhibition windows, which offer week and date indications. The 9 o’clock counter includes a 24-hour display. The moon phase complication, meanwhile, is proposed in a sub-dial at 6 o’clock. Inside this model is ticking a Swiss-made ETA 7751 automatic chronograph movement.
Each version of the new Nivrel watch comes fitted with a brown or black Louisiana alligator leather strap, which terminates in a stainless steel buckle.