The timepiece was unveiled at Baselworld 2008, in the same city where the Euro 2008 started on June 7th. No doubt, Pierre Dubois is an avid fan of two captivating worlds - watchmaking and football.
The Pierre Deroche GrandCliff Countdown watch has incorporated the rotating countdown bezel. The 29th Olympic Games will start on August 8th, so connoisseurs of competitive sailing and fine timekeeping, awaiting the starting gun, will be able to line up the bezel with number 10, while others will be thrilled by the opportunity to countdown a 3-minute boxing round. No matter whether you are passionate about football or simply enjoy molecular cuisine, you will surely appreciate the watch's stylish functionality.
Boasting a distinctive sporty design, Pierre Deroche wanted the GrandCliff Countdown to provide utmost usefulness. The countdown function of the watch is adjustable to all kinds of sports events. The timepiece may also turn out to be really useful in everyday life. In one word, it is destined to appeal to a wide audience.
The following are the functions encompassed by the Pierre Deroche GrandCliff Countdown watch:
- hours, minutes, seconds, medium,
- date, day/night indicator,
- chronograph with flyback and countdown.
The watch is equipped with a self-winding movement, Dubois Depraz calibre, with a cut-out and engraved oscillating weight.
The polished and satin-brushed 316L stainless steel case features 'double-sealed' push-buttons and a screw-locked crown, as well as a glare-proofed sapphire crystal and case-back. The case construction is 100-meter water-resistant.
The bold look of the Pierre Deroche GrandCliff Countdown is accentuated by a crocodile leather or rubber strap fitted with a folding clasp in 316L steel.