Lady Amelia Chronograph from Waltham

Dec 24, 2009
The luxurious Lady Amelia chronograph, manufactured by the horological company Waltham, is dedicated to the pilot Amelia Earhart. An outstanding personality, she became famous for her solo crossing of the Atlantic in 1932. This appealing lady's watch is the epitome of feminine grace and strong character. The new Waltham watch demonstrates a spirit, which still encourages women, who know how to set targets and accomplish them.

The Lady Amelia watch relies on a quartz ETA 251.471 movement. It provides the functions of hours, minutes, seconds, date, as well as that of chronograph.

The movement is housed in a steel case. It is armed with an anti-reflective cambered sapphire crystal. The case is fitted with a crown and push-pieces, embellished with cabochons. The latter have been chosen to be in perfect harmony with the dial.

The lady's watch dial is available in several versions: pastel pink mother-of-pearl, black with white sub-dials or white with black sub-dials. It is adorned with six diamonds, which serve as hour markers. The dial is equipped with 30-minute, 1/10-second and small seconds counters, positioned at 10, 2 and 6 oclock correspondingly. These sub-dials are kept company by a date aperture, located at 6 oclock.

The marvelous novel Waltham Lady Amelia watch, reviewed by, is accompanied by a pastel pink, white or black rubber strap, fitted with a steel folding clasp.

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