Navitec Presents Tango Charlie Chocolat Diamant Watch

Dec 03, 2010
The watchmaker Navitec has built a solid reputation with its exceptional chronograph watches. Originally used by pilots as navigation instruments, they are characterized by supreme technical efficiency and offbeat exterior. Designed in the classical style, these models feature a touch of color, which bring them into a contemporary context.

Now, the brand is excited to unveil a new Tango Charlie Chocolat Diamant chronograph watch. It is offered in a 316 L stainless steel case, which proudly reveals a chocolate-colored PVD-treated surface.

The case is 12 mm thick and measures 46.5 mm in diameter. It is fitted with a screwed crown and chronograph buttons. The water-resistance of the new Navitec watch is assured down to 20 bars.

The case is outlined by a bidirectional graduated 60-minute bezel. It sports 4 steel riders, illuminated by the play of 40 white diamonds. The timepiece is also endowed with 3 patented bezels, meant for navigation estimates. They are intended for planes, flying at 80 to 150 knots or microlights flying at 80 to 150 km/h.

The timekeeper is enhanced by an alluring chocolate-colored dial, equipped with a graduated rim. The display is completed with light-toned hour-markers and central hands, which serve to indicate hours and minutes. All the elements mentioned are highlighted with Superluminova, which provides a perfect night-time visibility.

The dial of the new Tango Charlie Chocolat Diamant watch also comprises 1/10-second, 60- second and 30-minute chronograph counters. They are located at 2, 6 and 10 oclock respectively. The minute counter area features markings for standard bends Level 1 and Level 2. Moreover, the display proposes a date indication, arranged in a square aperture at 4 oclock.

The functions described, including a second stop feature, are driven by an ETA 251.272 quartz movement, artfully embellished with 22 jewels.

A true delight for both men and women, the new Navitec watch is mounted on a 316 L steel bracelet, coated with a chocolate-colored PVD treatment. It is finalized by a butterfly buckle.

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