The new Mido Multifort Patrimony combines a retro look, upgraded by a pulsometric scale on the edge of the dial, with a most recent age programmed development giving astounding independence.
The new model is accessible in three varieties, all described by a 40 mm x 11.95 mm case created from high-grade 316L treated steel and water impervious to 50 meters/165 feet.
Ensured by a case sapphire precious stone, the dial highlights vintage-enlivened hands treated with white Super-LumiNova, focal seconds, applied records and Arabic numerals, and a date gap at 6 o’clock.
The main reference (M040.407.16.040.00) comes with a sun-beam graduated blue dial and earthy colored Patina cowhide lash.
Reference M040.407.16.060.00 has a sun-beam anthracite dial with a dark Patina cowhide lash while the third one (ref. M040.407.36.060.00) varies for the PVD-covered steel case which outlines a sun-beam dark dial coordinated to a dull earthy colored Patina cowhide lash.
The Multifort Patrimony is controlled by oneself winding Caliber 80 which beats at a recurrence of 3 Hz (21,600 vph) and certifications as long as 80 hours of force save. The development and its rotor beautified with Geneva stripes are noticeable through the straightforward caseback.
Costs: Swiss Francs 790/Euro 740/US$ 890 for the steel variants or Swiss Francs 890/Euro 820/US$ 1,000 for the PVD-covered steel model. midowatches.com