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The About Vintage 1844 Chronograph Steel / White Watch is powered by a Miyota 6S11 Chronograph Quartz movement. Pearl white dial with steel markers and hands, black small second hand. Numeral date function. Glass: domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating. Diameter: 41mm. Height: 11mm. Case: 316L high precision stainless steel, individually numbered. Brown Italian leather band. Water resistant 5ATM. Straps can be exchanged within seconds thanks to the clever quick-change system. Each About Vintage watch comes in a stylish presentation box. PLEASE NOTE: Coupon offers are not applicable for this item.
About Vintage Watches are designed in Denmark by Skov Anderson with the goal to create watches with contemporary simplicity and balance as key design elements, combined with classic vintage detailing. About Vintage likes to name their watches with a reference to historical and memorable moments in horology. In 1844 the chronograph was updated to include the resetting feature, which allowed successive measurements. The dial of the 1844 is designed with numbers and precision lines to make each timing (and reset) spot on accurate.
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