Powered by the Cal. 11A, which is based on A. Schild’s Cal. 1250, the watch is capable of running for up to 36 hours at 18,000 vph when fully wound. That’s not nothing, but my obsession with this watch stems from its appearance. Possibly shallow, yes, but there’s no denying the beauty of the ornate lugs on the waterproof, especially when paired with the luminous dial. Should you be after an impossibly clean watch, but still aren’t looking to break the bank, I’d definitely take a look in this direction.
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