A blend of aesthetic charm and technical sophistication, the new Mido watch is delivered in a stainless steel 316L case, composed of three parts. It measures 44 mm in diameter. The case boasts a top scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. At 3 o’clock it reveals a screwed winding crown, joined by chronograph pushers at 2 and 4 o’clock. The water-resistance of the model is assured down to 100 meters.
The timepiece is also fitted with a screwed transparent case-back, which affords an insight into a finely decorated Mido calibre 1320 movement, based on ETA Valjoux 7750. The mechanism measures 30.00 mm in diameter and 7.90 mm in height.
It incorporates a gilt Glucydur balance, Anachron balance-spring and a Nivaflex NM mainspring. Integrated within the movement are also blued screws, circular-grained bars and an oscillating weight with Geneva stripes and engraved Mido logo.
Embellished with 25 jewels, the caliber operates at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and supplies a 48-hour power reserve. It is also endowed with Incabloc and Nivacourbe shock absorbers.
The movement animates the functions, featured on a black dial. It reveals indexes applied with white Superluminova. The hour and minute hands are highlighted with the same luminous compound. As its name suggests, the new Multifort Chronograph watch also ensures chronograph functions presented through central seconds hand and counters. The day and date indications are shown in the aperture at 3 o’clock.
The new Mido watch is mounted on a stainless steel 316L bracelet. It terminates in a folding clasp, crafted from the same material.
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