Concord Introduces Its C1 Biretrograde Watch

Jul 08, 2009
Concord has recently introduced a double retrograde complication, combining the date and the day of the week. The C1 Biretrograde model, animated by a Concord C101 self-winding movement, is crafted in either platinum or rose-gold.

Protected by a 3.3 mm thick sapphire crystal, the skeletonized dial exposes a high-tech multi-layered design. A chapter ring is located below, somewhat off-center to ensure space for two retrograde displays, the Concord Bi-Retrograde comprises. The first display indicates the date and the second one shows the day.

Not that innovative, able, however, to present an exotic appearance, both "bi-retrograde" and "tri-retrograde" displays have become very fashionable lately. The lower left of the dial showcases an arc with the days of the week displayed. In the lower right of the dial there is an arc with the dates of the week listed.

The case measures 44mm in diameter and 14.6 mm in depth and it is a 50-meter submersible.

Similar to most timepieces, the hours and minutes in this model are placed in the center of the dial. The seconds function, however, is no longer available. The markers and hands demonstrate bold applications of Superluminova compound for robust low-light visibility.

The watch is accompanied by the black vulcanized rubber strap fitted with a folding clasp crafted in 18k gold.

The movement embellishment is another special feature that moves this timepiece to the front of the grid. The transparent dial opens to view the Cotes de Geneve, circular graining and black PVD coatings.






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