Meet Marvin Malton 160 Round Watch

Mar 02, 2010
On the occasion of its 160th anniversary, the Marvin brand is extremely pleased to unveil the first series of its iconic collection, called Malton 160 Round. The name Malton hearkens back to 1906, when the brands unique collection experienced the world premiere, followed by the overwhelming success.

Now, the famous watchmaker is proud to propose the novel Malton watch, featured in four versions. Each of them is animated by a different movement. The first edition is powered by a self-winding Dubois Depraz 14070 calibre movement with the regulator module. Paved with 26 jewels, it offers a 38-hour power reserve.

The second interpretation houses a three-hand ETA 2897 automatic movement, studded with 21 precious stones. It provides a power reserve of 42 hours.

The third variation relies on a three-hand Sellita SW200 automatic movement, embellished with 26 jewels. It features a 38-hour power reserve.

Inside the last version of the men's watch is a two-hand Ronda 7004 B quartz movement.

Every movement mentioned serves to display the functions of hours, minutes, seconds and date.

The technical details of the Malton 160 Round watch are enclosed in an elegant case, which is sculptured in steel and measures 42 mm in diameter. The case is capable of withstanding water pressures down to 50 meters.

The new Marvin watch exhibits a grained opaline or black dial, protected by a sapphire crystal. It features the date aperture, nestled at 3 oclock.

Fitting the Marvin Malton 160 Round watch is a genuine leather strap. Created by two outstanding specialists, designer Sebastien Perret and watchmaker Jean-Francois Ruchonnet, this timekeeper is bound to enchant watch lovers and connoisseurs.

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