Watch company Baume & Mercier Watches announces new Capeland Flyback Chronograph in Black, which first will be presented at the Geneva show’s legendary SIHH 2012. But perhaps these hours will be a surprise to fans of the brand, which monitor the release of new models.
At SIHH 2011 have already been presented almost the same hours, but of a different size and color of the dial, but otherwise almost identical to the new product.
Advertised hours Capeland Flyback Chronograph in Black has increased to 44 mm shell (2mm bigger) and black dial. All markings, except the tachometer scale in the center of the dial is made with white. The design model is designed in an elegant vintage-style classic chronograph, which was released in 1948. The crown is in the direction of “3:00” and the chronograph buttons occupy a position “2 and 4:00.” Hour and minute hands are crowned with apples central Breguet.
Second clock is ticking on the side dial set to “9:00.” Between the marks, “4 and 5 hours” is the date aperture. Performs the function of the chronograph central seconds hand, as well as a 30-minute counter at “3 o’clock”.
At the periphery of the dial Capeland Flyback Chronograph In Black is telemetric scale. It can be used to determine the distance to the object from wafting sound and light. In this case, a flash of light like lightning is the start of the chronograph, and waft – off point. As a result, the second hand to count down as time telemetry distance scale. And why such a scale to watch – this is a matter for the imagination of its owner.
Hours Capeland Flyback Chronograph in Black Swiss mechanism equipped with an automatic La Joux-Perret Ebauche, which is decorated with circular grain finish. The rotor self-winding pattern applied Cotes de Geneve.
Delivered on a strap from the skin of an alligator, dark brown or black – at the buyer. And buy this watch will be in the spring of 2012.