The stylish sporty design with retro aesthetics is the biggest feature of the new Capeland flyback chronograph. Inspired by the 1948 single-press chronograph, the bulging mirror and raised case back have the taste of what was once called a ‘pebble’ pocket watch.
Another feature of this series of watches is that its two-tone dial subtly reflects the beauty of the 1950s, and the design is very delicate. It has a flow meter and a rangefinder display, and the polished satin finish of the case makes the watch more exquisite.
Capeland has a water resistance of 50 meters, with automatic mechanical movement and flyback time setting function. The double-tracking chronograph movement uses blue stainless steel screws, the movement plate and the splint are treated with pearl effect, and the transparent sapphire bottom cover. There is also a retro-colored micro-convex dial design and ‘Breguet’ -style hands, available in stainless steel or 18K red gold case, with dark brown or black alligator strap.
The above is the latest cutting-edge information of SIHH 2014 brought to you by the special editor of Watch House. Next, we will provide more and more intuitive exhibition reports, so please pay attention. (Picture, text / watch home Yang Lin)
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