Marvin Presents Malton 160 Cushion Watch

Sep 24, 2010
To celebrate its 160th anniversary, Marvin has created a new headliner collection - the Malton 160 Series - that successfully unites traditional and innovative watchmaking. Following the success of the Malton 160 Round, the brand now presents the Malton 160 Cushion watch, available in a few versions. The timepiece boasts supreme quality offered at a surprisingly affordable price.

The case of the watch, 42mm in diameter, is sculptured from stainless steel and demonstrates satin and polished surface finishes. It catches the glance by the its crown with eight facets and a red cabochon at the top that has substituted the brands traditional 22- toothed crown featuring the brands crown emblem.

The case construction is 50-meter water-resistant. It goes on a black leather strap fitted with a security folding clasp or a stainless steel bracelet.

Pay attention to the traditional Marvin trademark elements: an 8 o'clock marker accentuated in red, the M&E founders mark on the case side, as well as red inner lining on the strap.

The heart of the new Marvin watch is the Swiss Valjoux 7750 mechanical automatic chronograph movement, a guarantee of utmost reliability and precision. It offers 46 hours of power reserve.

The round high-readability dial nicely contrasts with the cushion shape of the case. The 30-minute counter is positioned at 12 oclock, the 12-hour counter at 6 o'clock, and the small seconds counter at 9 o'clock. The day and date window is found at 3 oclock. It is protected by an anti-reflective sapphire crystal.

The line of Marvin Malton 160 Cushion watches comprises a three-hand model with the date function, equipped with a Sellita SW200, a chronograph model, and two quartz models. The mechanical pieces have sapphire-crystal case-backs.

The Marvin Malton 160 collection was born out of the joined efforts of two famous creators, watchmaker Jean-Francois Ruchonnet, the creator of the TAG Heuer Monaco V4 watch and co-designer of the Cabestan watch, and designer Sebastien Perret, who has participated in the creation of every Marvin collection since the brands rebirth in 2007.

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