Time is precious—just like the Leinfelder Meridian chronographs. The design is casual yet powerful, accentuated with subtle highlights.
At the heart of these models sits a slim mechanical chronograph movement enveloped by a shapely steel case. The long, curved push-pieces operating the stop-watch mechanism were specially designed to complement the overall design of this model. Easy to use, they double as protection for the screw-down crown. The special sunray finish lets the reflected sunlight wander in a circle around the dial, as the watch moves with the wearer’s wrist.
> TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Movement: Self-winding mechanical chronograph movement ETA 2894-2, stop-second, ball bearing-mounted rotor, caliber finished with Geneva waves and Leinfelder engraving on the rotor, plates with pearlage and rhodium plating, 37 jewels, 42h power reserve.
Functions: Chronograph, center chronograph second, tachymeter scale, hour and minute hand, second sub-dial, 30-minute and 12-hour counter, quick-set date window at six o'clock.
Case: Steel, Ø 42 mm, thickness 12.5 mm, scratch-resistant sapphire glass, sapphire glass screw back, screw-down crown, water-resistant to 10 bar.
Dial: Several sunray-finished versions with hands available in different styles.
Strap: Several styles.
Versions: High-grade steel ardillon buckle or folding clasp.