Emile Chouriet Reveals New Traveller Watch

Apr 13, 2010
Similar to other models from the Traveller collection, manufactured by Emile Chouriet, the company’s new brainchild is instantly identifiable thanks to an in-laid sailing ship, revealed on the dial. A symbol of traveling, it is teamed with a second time zone and an oversized date. This clever combination turns the Emile Chouriet watch into a desirable timekeeping instrument and a modern accessory.

The novel Traveller watch is constructed around a Ronda 4220-B quartz movement. It animates the functions of hours, minutes, seconds, date, as well as a second time zone in hours and minutes.

The new Emile Chouriet watch features an extremely light titanium case, which is very comfortable to wear. On the dial side it is shielded by a sapphire crystal. The case is water resistant to a depth of 30 meters.

The horological novelty from Emile Chouriet shows off a dark brown dial. It is equipped with the second time zone hour and minute counters, positioned at 9 and 3 o’clock correspondingly. The progression of the hours and minutes is marked by white hands. The double date aperture is nestled at 6 o’clock.

Keeping the Emile Chouriet Traveller watch secured to the wearer’s wrist is a steel bracelet closed with a folding clasp.

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