Clifton Baumatic day-date, moon-phase
An unprecedented timepiece joins the Baume & Mercier Clifton Baumatic collection. A small new complication with a unique look in addition to day-date and moon phases. This self-winding movement features a 5-day power reserve. In addition to functional considerations, there is an omnipresent pursuit of balance in the proportions and of harmony in the choice of materials and colours. The round 42mm rose gold case with satin-polished double-bevelled edges emphasizes the gradated lacquered grey dial. The dial reveals the moon phases against a starry sky background accentuated by the smoky grey sapphire crystal. It is adorned by riveted trapezoid-shaped hour markers and elegant golden alpha-shaped hands. A domed sapphire crystal with a glare-resistant coating offers excellent readability.
Clifton Baumatic moon-phase, date
The 42mm satin-polished stainless-steel case, mounted on your choice of an interchangeable blue alligator strap or a satin-polished five-row steel bracelet, showcases a white porcelain-finish dial with riveted trapezoid-shaped hour markers and fine faceted alpha-shaped hands. Driven by the Baumatic BM14 self-winding in-house calibre offering a 5-day power reserve, this piece not only displays the central hour, minute and seconds, but also the moon-phase against a starry sky background, surrounded by pointer date display; both are located at 6 o’clock.
COSC-certified Clifton Baumatic date
The 39mm or 40mm steel case, mounted on your choice of an alligator or steel bracelet, showcases a dial with riveted trapezoid-shaped hour markers and fine faceted alpha-shaped hands. Available in gradated grey lacquer or with a warm white porcelain finish, it displays the hours, minutes and seconds, as well as the date in an enlarged display at 3 o’clock. There are also crosshairs across the centre, a symbol of precision. The timepiece is driven by the self-winding Baumatic BM13 in-house calibre, which offers a 5-day power reserve, and is a chronometer certified by the COSC (Official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute).