Tick Tock Won’t Stop, The Automatic Chrono
Limited to 45 pieces, the production of The Automatic Chrono LTD featured a Swiss-made Valjoux 7750 movement. This movement, first unveiled in 1974, was considered to be the most successful chronograph caliber on the market.
The Automatic Chrono featured a 6-hand chronograph, 25 jewels, a black crocodile leather band with custom black IP deployment buckle and an additional vertical brushed black IP stainless steel bracelet. The custom engraved caseback with crystal window revealed the Swiss automatic movement.
Clean, classic dial with crisp contrast and attention to detail. Black CD texture dial, with black radial brushed concave ring. Applied white indices with white superlum. Black diamond cut sub-dials. White printed numbers. Black hours and minutes, white superlum seconds hand and sub-dial hands. 200M / 20ATM Custom stainless steel case with a separately constructed Tungsten bezel and Tungsten crown cap. The case, the screw-down pushers and screw-down crown were finished in black IP. The case was equipped with a hardened mineral crystal display window and solid bar stainless steel screw pins to secure the band. Featured a Sapphire crystal with anti-glare coating on the underside of the crystal.
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