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From their second collection, the Paulin Chronograph C201F in Polished Stainless Steel with hand-stitched, black bridle leather strap from Clayton’s Tannery, England, is an understated and minimalist take on the classic dress watch. The evolution of the second generation chronograph includes a dial font by architect Richard Neutra (Neutraface).
With precise attention to detail, these watches have all been designed and assembled in Paulin's Partick workshop in Glasgow, Scotland. The first Paulin watches were assembled at their manufacturing unit in Glasgow after three years of designing and sourcing components from suppliers around the world. Once a thriving industry in Britain, watchmaking has now all but disappeared from the UK. Elizabeth Paulin co-founded the Glasgow-based company with her sister Charlotte with the aim is to bring the manufacture of affordable, high quality watches back to Britain, developing their watches with in-house designer Eleanor Paulin.
Chronograph functions: 24-hour dial, 30 minute and 60 second stopwatch. Diameter: 40mm. Case: Polished Stainless Steel. Movement: Japanese Miyota Quartz. Domed Mineral crystal. ATM/5 meters. Black hand-stitched, bridle leather strap from Clayton’s Tannery, England. The new Paulin presentation box is lined with environmentally friendly Portuguese cork and includes an Italian Fedrigoni paper notebook.
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