Paul Picot Firshire Extra Flat Manual Watch - Lines of Surprising Purity

May 11, 2011
Paul Picot is proud to introduce its new Firshire Extra Flat Manual watch, which catches the eye with its lines of surprising purity.

Firshire, the name of the collection, refers to the Franches-Montagnes region in the Jura canton of Switzerland - the heart of the prestigious watchmaking.

The new Paul Picot watch is embodied in a 40mm extra flat case. It is manufactured from stainless steel. The water-resistance of the case is assured down to 30 meters.

Housed in the model is a black lacquered dial, equipped with contrasting Arabic numerals.

The public can also admire a white lacquered dial with Roman numerals, a blue opalin sun-pattern version with applied indexes as well as an opalin silvered-pattern display with applied indexes.

The face of the new Paul Picot Firshire Extra Flat Manual watch ensures central hours and minutes. The small seconds tick away in a counter at 6 oclock.

The functions are driven by a hand-wound calibre Peseux 7001 movement, which supplies a 42-hour power reserve.

A metal bracelet rounds off the consummate appearance of the new Paul Picot watch. It can be also coupled with a leather strap.

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