This watch holds mystery not just in hue but also in what it is packing: A power reserve of up to 80 hours, a silicon balance spring, more about that later, and an additional three-year guarantee on top of the normal two. Did we forget to mention that it is COSC chronometer certified?
If you ever find yourself compelled to carry on in a covert manner – for whatever legit reason, might we suggest that you outfit yourself with a Mido Multifort M Chronometer 1 in black?
Identified by the Geneva Stripes on its dial that are specific to the collection, the Multifort Chronometer Swiss Watch is equipped with a Mido Automatic Chronometer ETA (Caliber 80 SI) – an exclusive automatic movement that is enhanced with a silicon balance spring for higher accuracy and resistance.
The model is water resistant to 100 meters; its case is stainless steel with black PVD coating, which works exceedingly well with the black fabric strap fastened with a pin buckle. A decorative stitching along the sides of the strap mimics the colour of the markings on the dial thus unifying the design.
Find out more about the MIDO Multifort M Chronometer 1 at midowatches.com.