Introducing: The Baume & Mercier Clifton GMT Power Reserve
The Clifton GMT Power Reserve presents another movement time complication to the Clifton assortment, yet draws on a great deal of similar signs as past models. The 43mm hardened steel case has similar delicate lines and blend of brushed and cleaned wraps up. The silk completed blue sunburst dial offers extraordinary difference for the splendid cleaned steel hands and the red and white pointers. There’s a date at three o’clock, a pointer for the 42-hour power save at six o’clock, and a settled two-bend GMT time marker at 12 o’clock (the white portion of the hand and the white track shows hours six through 18 and the red half hours 18 through 6). The development is a Soprod 9035 with a custom swaying weight and some extra wrapping up. Significant props to Baume & Mercier for being straightforward about what development this is and where it comes from, rather than giving it some artificial in-house type name. We need a greater amount of that across the business. Bravo.
The Clifton GMT Power Reserve is valued at $3,690 and will be an expansion to the primary assortment. Extra subtleties are as yet sparse – the picture above is the just one we have – however I completely anticipate that the fit and finish should introduce very great worth. Obviously we’ll be bringing you involved photographs from SIHH in only a couple weeks, alongside our underlying impressions in the wake of seeing the watch in the metal.
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