Cuervo y Sobrinos Introduces Historiador Semanal Watch

Feb 08, 2010
The celebrated watchmaking house Cuervo y Sobrinos is extremely pleased to unveil its Historiador Semanal watch, a new interpretation of its legendary model introduced in the 1940’s. The timepiece was equipped with the brand’s patented movement.

Drawing inspiration from the period when Havana was at the pinnacle of its splendor, the company dedicated two years of research work to engineer a new in-house manufactured movement, which represents an enhanced version of the original.

The intensive efforts of the brand’s esteemed specialists resulted in the creation of the Historiador Semanal watch displaying the week in the form of numbers and presenting the days, date and month on the entire periphery of the dial. The word “Semanal”, included into the name of the watch, stands for “weekly” and reflects the essence of the innovation introduced.

Ticking inside this amazing creation is a self-winding movement - CyS 2853 calibre, incorporating 27 jewels. This reliable mechanism provides a 44-hour power reserve. It serves to animate the functions of displaying hours, minutes, date, day, week, as well as that of month.

The Historiador Semanal watch is available with a stainless steel case, which measures 45 mm in diameter. On the dial side it is armed with a sapphire crystal, glareproofed on both sides.

The Cuervo y Sobrinos watch also features a screw-down see-through case-back. It is 30-meter water-resistant.

The novel timepiece demonstrates a vintage white dial. It is equipped with a central hour, day, date, month and week display.

The Cuervo y Sobrinos Historiador Semanal watch is affixed to a louisiana alligator strap, finished with a stainless steel folding clasp.

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