Van Der Bauwede Magnum Churchill Caliber 35 Watch - Profoundly Masculine

Jun 27, 2011
Van Der Bauwede has proudly taken the wraps off its new Magnum Churchill Caliber 35 watch, designed in a spirit of pure architectural lines. It is clearly aimed at self-assured, conquering men.


The new Van Der Bauwede watch relies on a self-winding mechanical VDB Cal. 35 movement, graced with Cotes de Geneve motif. Paved with 25 jewels, it offers a 42-hour power reserve.

The mechanism is hidden inside a 316L steel case. It is assembled with a top sapphire crystal. The back part of the case is engraved and numbered. At 3 o’clock the model features a 6-sided crown, joined by push-buttons at 2 and 4 o’clock. The case handles the depth of up to 3 atm.

The dial of the new Van Der Bauwede Magnum Churchill Caliber 35 watch is executed in several versions. The user can admire a velvet-finish base and finishing with Superluminova Arabic numerals. The watch face can also boast a vertical black or silver-colored “guilloche” decorative motif and raised Roman numerals.

The display offers central hours and minutes indicated by Dauphine style Superluminova-applied hands. The small seconds are shown in a counter at 9 o’clock. It is equipped with an arrow-tipped hand. So are 12-hour and 30-minute counters, revealed at 6 and 12 o’clock respectively.

The chronograph function is also assured through a centre sweep seconds hand. The day and date indications appear in a window-type display at 3 o’clock.

The new Van Der Bauwede men’s watch is attached to a crocodile leather strap. It can be also mounted on a 316L steel Milanese mesh or a 316L steel bracelet. All the versions terminate in a folding clasp, engraved with Van Der Bauwede crest.

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