Gentlemen's Dress Chronograph White Dial
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Select Dial Option Below:
- Chronograph displaying hours, minutes, sweep center chronograph hand with registers at 12 and 6 o’clock. Chronograph, with “hidden pushers” at 2 o’clock and 4 o’clock positions. Crown at 3 to wind and set watch, crown at 9 to rotate inner elapsed time bezel.
- Movement: Quality number one, Concepto movement 8100, chronometer rated, automatically wound, adjusted in 5 positions, power reserve of 48 hours, Rhodium plated, 25 Jewels. Bridges Chamfered and highly decorated, with “Cotes de Geneve” decoration.
- DRL™ engraved logo on oscillating weight.
- Dial finished in a high gloss enamel lacquer finish.
- Case produced in Medical grade 5 Titanium, 40% lighter and 5X more scratch resistant than stainless steel. Diameter of 43 mm, water resistant to 5 ATM. Sapphire crystals front and back with anti-reflective coatings.
- Limited Edition first series of 25 pieces per style with white dial, white inner rotating bezel and white dial with blue rotating inner bezel.
- Crowns with DRL™ logo, dials with raised markers, 30 minutes counter at 12 o’clock, 12 hour counter at 6 o’clock.
- Minute and hour hands in DRLoke™ “blade” leading edge design in steel, leading edge design forms full marker when passing over the 5 minute marker giving you the complete marker as shown at 3 o’clock.
- Strap made from full skin hand sewn alligator leather.
- The watch is automatically wound when worn on the wrist. To start the watch we recommend winding 30 turns in a clockwise direction. Going back and forth will not harm the watch. Once set in motion while you are wearing the watch you will not need to wind the watch. It will be wound automatically from the movement of the wrist. If the watch is not worn for a couple of days then manually wind it again.
- Pulling the crown out fully and turn in the desired direction to set the hands.
- Starting and Stopping: The first push on the upper “hidden” Pusher (at 2 o’clock position) will start the chronograph hand moving. The second push will stop the hand.
- Continuing the timing measurement: Another push on the pusher will restart the hand again for further time measurement.
- Resetting to Zero: Once the chronograph has been stopped and the elapsed time noted, pushing on the lower “hidden” pusher (at 4 o’clock) will return all chronograph hands back to the starting position.
- Sub dials/counters: The sub dial or counter at 12 o’clock registers the minutes the chronograph has marched. Every time the chronograph hand comes up to the 60 mark the minute register will jump to the next minute therefore counting the number of minutes that has elapsed. The sub dial at 6 o’clock does the same for the hours up to 12 hours.