What’s the difference between a chronograph and chronometer? The former has counters to measure and display time intervals whilst the latter describes a high precision watch which has been tested and approved by an official report provided by organisations such as the COSC (Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres). The chronometer describes the T-Complication model whose 43mm steel case houses a manual-wind mechanical movement certified by the COSC. The aforementioned calibre provides a power reserve of up to 53 hours and brings to life the hour and minute functions in the middle and the small seconds in a sub-dial at 6 o’ clock. The smooth black dial is adorned with silver-tone indices and a minute track plus a guilloché centre with two dauphine silver-tone hour and minute hands. Price: 1,625 CHF
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