Xemex Piccadilly Chronograph - Simplicity, Functionality and Clarity

Sep 04, 2008
The new Xemex Piccadilly Chronograph Reserve All Black has been created by the renowned Swiss designer Ruedi Kulling. The timepiece is characterized by remarkable functionality and utmost elegancy.

The olive-gray dial of the Xemex watch produces powerful impression due to its legibility and clarity. Even the tiny round off-balanced date indicator found at 4 o'clock does not break the overall harmony of the watch's face.

The case of the Xemex Piccadilly Chronograph measures 40 mm in diameter, being crafted in deep black galvanized steel. The timepiece accommodates the Soprod SO 7750 automatic movement, a modified version of Valjoux 7750. A great advantage is a 42-hour power-reserve.

The case construction incorporates a narrow bezel, sapphire crystal and a screw-down crown to guarantee 50-meter water-resistance. The timepiece is secured to the wrist on a black rubber strap fitted with a stainless steel clasp.

The Xemex Piccadilly Chronograph Reserve All Black watch is a fine new addition to the brand's Piccadilly line, introduced in 2004 and best described as 'perfect simplicity implementation in the rhythm of the city'. Xemex Piccadilly watches win the heart by their sophistication, spontaneity and ability to grab attention.

The price of the Xemex chronograph watch corresponds to its exclusive nature - about 10,000 US Dollars.

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