Baume et Mercier introduced four new Clifton Club models with cases created from bronze, a metal which is increasingly famous among watch enthusiasts.
The round, satin-brushed case has a versatile diameter of 42 mm and an absolute thickness of 10.3 mm with bended drags designed to offer ideal integration between the case and tie.
The first two models come with bronze rotating bezels framing green (ref. 10503) or dark (ref. 10500) dials, enlivened by a rib riveted with gilt indexes and the Phi logo at 12 o’clock, all filled with C1 Super-LumiNova for optimal visibility even in helpless light conditions.
The two versions with earthy colored (ref. 10501) or blue (ref. 10502) dials are characterized by unidirectional bezels with dark aluminum rings.
The new Clifton Club models in bronze are fueled by Swiss-made mechanical self-winding developments (ETA 2892-A2) beating at 28,800 vibrations each hours and offering 48 hours of force hold. The huge screw-down crown takes into consideration precise setting of the time, because of its stop-second framework.
The screw-down case back in stainless steel includes a crest with the Baume et Mercier’s “Phi” logo, an image of equilibrium. Water resistance is 100 meters/330 feet.
Delivered on an earthy colored calfskin lash with a calfskin or elastic additional tie, the new Baume et Mercier Clifton Club in bronze has a retail price of Euro 2,600/US$ 2,790. baume-et-mercier.com