The riveted steel and aerodynamic forms of 1930s industrial streamline design: Inspiration of the Multifort.
The new arrival in the Multifort line is a special edition model. With its sports chic, it showcases the distinctive Mido colours of orange and black. The black dial with Geneva stripes decoration has strong connotations with Streamline. The orange and black indexes call to mind the rivets attached to locomotives of the period and give this model a resolutely contemporary feel.
Strong, reliable and good looking, it has all the characteristics of the Multifort line.
Case: Stainless steel 316L (DINX2CrNiMO 17 14 3) with a black PVD treatment, 3 parts, anti-reflecting sapphire crystal treated on both sides, screwed crown and case back, transparent case back to see the fine decorated and top movement, 11-digit engraved serial number.
Water-resistant: up to 100 meters.
Diameter: 44 mm
Thickness: 14.50 mm
Dial: Geneva stripes, indexes with orange Super-Luminova®.
Hands: Hour and minute black hands with orange Super-Luminova® for easy reading under water and at night.
Function: HMS + Chrono + Day + Date
Time: hour and minute hands. Small second indicator at 9 o’clock
Chrono: 60 second counter from centre, 30 minute counter at 12 o’clock and 12 hour counter at 6 o’clock
Day and date at 3 o’clock.
Strap: Rubber with stainless steel folding clasp with 2 push-pieces and end-pieces with a black PVD treatment.
Movement: Mechanical chronograph movement with automatic or manual winding. Mido calibre 1320 (based on ETAValjoux 7750), 13¼’’’ ∅30.00 mm, height 7.90 mm, 25 jewels, 28,800 A/H INCABLOC and NIVACOURBE shock-absorber, gilt GLUCYDUR balance, ANACHRON balance-spring, NIVAFLEX NM mainspring.Top and finely decorated movement with blued screws, circular-gained bars, oscillating weight with Geneva stripes and engraved Mido logo. Power reserve 48 hours. Adjusted on 5 different positions for a high accuracy.
Please call me at 010-3010018 for the best possible price/ Sila hubungi saya untuk rundingan harga terbaik
A Brief History of Mido Multifort
It was in 1934 that the watchmaker Mido (Swatch Group) first launched its Multifort collection.
Led by Georges Schaeren, the engineers and technicians at Mido developed the Multifort. Dependable, robust and resistant with real allure, these qualities made it a reference for rigour and high standards as soon as it was launched on the market.
That is why many satisfied customers sporting this model of watches went to the extend of expressing their great satisfaction in fine handwritten letters addressed to the company’s head office. These letters are still well kept in the Mido archives today.
Excerpts of narrations are from www.mido.ch