Clerc Odyssey Silicium Watch for Exploration and Adventure

Oct 20, 2010
Clerc unveils a new timepiece to join its famous Odyssey collection- the Odyssey Silicium. The watch radiates with technically innovative spirit inspired by aerospace research.

The Clerc Odyssey Silicium watch was created for exploration and adventure. The 44 mm case is sculptured from stainless steel and grade 5 polished titanium. It incorporates a glareproofed sapphire crystal and case-back and boasts 100-meter water-resistance.

The case is built with an exclusive sliding system protecting the crown, pushers and the system necessary for activating the inner rotating bezel.

The new Clerc watch is animated by a mechanical proprietary self-winding twin-barrel movement - Calibre C201. The 45-jewel movement is operating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour and offers a 6-day power reserve. Its regulating organ is produced from silicon. The movement is embellished with bevelled bridges and black gold plating. It powers the following functions: hours, minutes, and seconds, the retrograde date and power-reserve indicator.

The timepiece immediately catches the glance by its three-dimensional dial. It shows off the balance-spring and balance via a 10 oclock aperture shielded by a blue-tinted sapphire crystal. The retrograde date indicator is positioned between 1 and 4 oclock, while the power-reserve indicator is found at 6 oclock.

The Clerc Odyssey Silicium watch is presented on a vulcanized rubber or alligator leather strap equipped with a folding clasp. It wins the heart by the unique combination of aesthetic and technical characteristics, exclusive to the family-owned brand.

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