A watch created for the adventure of life
The original version has maritime dial colours in blue-white-red. The deep sea blue dial with well-shaped hour and minute hands is joined by large Roman numerals in white. On the outside, a fine minute circle with small dash indices is visible. The centrally placed, two-line brand name with indication of origin halves the leaf view horizontally. The lower half is occupied by the second circle with a round date window partly overlapping the "VI". The red year 1846 in it refers to the time when the manufactory was founded. In the upper section, the white-red power-reserve display shows the status in steps of 12. The Manufacture chronograph movement was developed as a basic caliber UN-118 for the Marine series. Stainless steel case and steel bracelet, alternatively dark blue alligator leather strap, complete the nautical appearance.
At the pulse of time
The marine collection includes the Torpilleur - namely a small torpedo boat - with Grand Deck, Mega Yacht and Regatta in best company. With regard to young buyers, it is a leaner offshoot of the successful 1996 Marine Chronometer. Modifications lure continental enthusiasts who stop at the quay edge in the city harbour: Stainless steel, white dial with black numerals and blue hands, completed with black leather strap or silver Milan mesh strap; rose gold case, black dial with white numerals and gold details -without red and leather strap or rubber strap with folding clasp and gold link insert. The successful idea is two military retro-look limited editions with Torpilleur boot stamped case back.