|Model:||Chronograph snail dial|
|Size - diameter excluding winding crown:||37mm|
|Size - length including lugs:||45mm|
Georgous Vulcain mono pusher chronograph with white enamel dial. It also comes with two sub dials, the seconds at 9 o’clock and minutes at 3 o’clock. On the outer dial you have a red telemetre graduated up to 19km and a spectacular snail tachometer up to 360. Hours are marked with black Arabic numerals. Below Vulcain is engraved chronometre. It is a very elegant dial. The watch has black hands with “Feuille” style. At 2 o’clock, you have a mono pusher that just brings an amazing aesthetic to the watch. It is a stainless steel case back with a manual winding movement and caliber 22 with 17 jewels. Outside the back case is engraved “Fond Acier Inoxydable”. The watch comes with a brown leather strap.
Vulcain & Studio SA was founded in 1858 in La Chaux de Fonds. Vulcain introduced the first mass-produced alarm wristwatch in 1947, called “Cricket”, and remain very popular to this day. The name is attributed to the perceptible sound of the eponymous insect. In 1958 was launched the “Golden Voice”, first alarm wristwatch for ladies. Also the name has a reason behind it, the gold alarm membrane that makes a particularly beautiful sound. Another accomplishment by owner Robert Ditisheim’s team was in 1961 when it launched the first waterproof alarm watch called the “Nautical”. Today, the owner of the company is PMH SA. In 2005, it launched the “Imperial Gong” tourbillon where the hammer gently strikes a chime spring.
Manual wind chronograph movement with 60’seconds, 30 minutes with caliber Valjoux 22 (1914-1976) with 17 jewels, 18,000 A/h and 40 hours of power reserve.
Diameter excluding winding crown: 37mm
Length including lugs: 45mm