New Orsay Black Racing Chronograph from Saint Honore

Sep 10, 2009
The Orsay Black Racing chronograph watch was initially introduced by Saint Honore in 2005. The timepiece was born due to the brands joined efforts with Paul Belmondo, racing car driver and Saint Honores ambassador. The chronograph has featured in the most popular car races in the world, with the Paris-Dakar and the Le Mans 24 Hours on the list.

The timepiece, inspired by "beautiful cars" of the 1970-s, reflects purely vintage spirit.

In 2009, Saint Honore is excited to unveil a new version of the Orsay Black Racing watch. Now the timepiece is created with a black PVD case or a stainless steel case. Both finishes strengthen irresistible aesthetic appeal of the timepiece. Each variation will be available in a limited number of 250 pieces.

The dial of the Saint Honore watch demonstrates nicely alternating smooth, guilloche and brushed surfaces. The double date window is positioned at 12 oclock.

The Orsay Black Racing is animated by a three-counter chronograph quartz movement. The case of the watch incorporates a screwed down case-back. The timepiece is 50-meter water-resistant.

The Saint Honore Orsay Black Racing chronograph watch is coupled with a black or white pierced leather strap featuring red stitching that enhances the distinctively masculine feel of the timepiece. It is fitted with a deploying buckle.

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