Baume & Mercier is proud to announce its new Capeland watch. Its soft contours resemble with the sea-weathered stones, reminding of the seaside. One of the inspirations this model is also the aesthetically symmetric geometry of the single-push chronograph, designed back in 1948.
The new Capeland watch is rendered in a steel case measuring 42mm in diameter and 15.1mm in thickness. The case shows polished and satinized finishes. The model is 50-meter water-resistant.
The top of the watch is protected by high-grade sapphire crystal. Also made of sapphire crystal, the case-back reveals to the viewer the intriguing mechanism which animates the functions of Baume & Mercier Capeland watch, including an oscillating weight, engraved with the brand`s Phi emblem and adorned with Cotes de Geneve and snailed patterns.
The new Baume & Mercier Capeland watch is animated by a self-winding mechanical movement with a fly-back chronograph function. Made by Lajoux-Perret, the movement features blued steel screws and circular-grained plate and bridges.
The face of the new Baume & Mercier timepiece is represented by a brown dial with red-black and white elements. The display sports Arabic numerals and centralized leaf-shaped hands for indicating hours and minutes. The small seconds beat in a counter located at 9 o`clock.
The chronograph functions are rendered through a 30-minute sub-dial at 3 o`clock, a 12-hour counter at 6 o`clock and a central seconds hand. The date aperture is placed between 4 and 5 o`clock. The periphery of the dial also demonstrates tachymeter and telemeter scales.
The new Baume & Mercier Capeland watch is secured with a brown alligator leather strap with light-colored stitching.
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