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|Mido Multifort Chronometer 1 Blue Ref. M038.431.11.041.00
Mido draws its inspiration for the Multifort collection from the architecture of the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge. The Multifort and the Harbour Bridge are contemporaries, as both created in the 1930s. Offering the perfect combination of style and substance, function, and aesthetics, Mido celebrates this ultra-resistant, enduring monument with its instantly recognizable design features. The Multifort characteristic Geneva stripes on the dial recall the suspension cables on the Bridge. But the robustness and exceptional longevity of this collection, which has been in production for the past 85 years, also define the Multifort as a creation that has stood the test of time.
Thanks to its 42 mm-diameter stainless steel case, the Multifort Chronometer brilliantly weathers the passage of time. Its polished horns and bezel contrast with its satin-finished sides for an added touch of refinement. The domed sapphire crystal, with anti-reflective treatment on both sides, provides a clear view of the dial. Perfect for both daily life and adrenaline-fuelled adventures, the Multifort Chronometer displays particularly useful information, including the day of the week and the date in an aperture at 3 o’clock. The hour and minute hands and the indexes worked on three sides present captivating surface contrasts. The various curves of the Geneva stripes mean that the dial appears darker or lighter depending on the light. Lastly, white Super-LumiNova ensures easy readability in the dark - essential for facing the urban jungle, whatever the circumstances.
Côtes de Genève Dial Texture
The best in timekeeping
By resisting magnetic fields, water, and impacts, the Multifort already stood out for its performance back in 1934. Bolstered by modern technological progress, the new Multifort Chronometer presents extreme accuracy and robustness to boot. To enable even the most elegant athletes to measure time, the COSC-certified Caliber 80 Si movement fitted with a balance-spring crafted from silicon. This high-tech anti-magnetic material unheard of in such an affordable timepiece. The automatic Mido’s COSC automatic caliber 80Si based on the ETA C07.621- is Mido proprietary name for their 80 hours power reserve with a silicon hairspring for better longevity while renowned for its shock-resistance. Its frequency reduced to 21,600 Hz for and an improved mainspring capacity, assuring the wearer with tight accuracy as it certified by the COSC, the official Chronometer certification agency of Switzerland.
The caliber 80 inside the Multifort makes it so value-driven as it hoods one of the highest-quality movements today at an excellent price point Best part yet, the case back reveals the inner workings of the caliber and its oscillating weight decorated with the Geneva stripes that are a hallmark of traditional Swiss watchmaking.
|SuperLuminova for Superb Glow In Dark|
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