The Legacy Black combines mechanical precision with the most modern materials. Its stainless steel body is treated
with Diamond-like Carbon, a high-tech coating that gives metal surfaces the hardness and wear-resistance of diamonds
A TIMELY MEETING OF CRAFT AND CONTEMPORARY DESIGN

BREAKING NEW GROUNDS

The mechanism, visible through the dial apertures, has an
innovative bi-colour finish blending All Black and Rhodium
plating. Thanks to the double gimbals suspension, it
remains horizontal, regardless of a yacht’s motion at sea.

CUTTING-EDGE CRAFTSMANSHIP 316 x 316 x 227mm
Modern marine chronometer featuring a distinctive
asymmetrical body of stainless steel with a Diamond-like
Carbon (DLC) finish. Dial combining Geneva stripes
(Côtes de Genève) and All Black electroplating.
While retaining the classic elements of a pure marine chronometer,
the detent escapement has been moved from its traditional place on
the back plate to a new position where it can be viewed - alongside
the chain-fusee drive - through the dial apertures
INNOVATIVE LAYOUT
Legacy Marine chronometer boasting a superior architecture cabinet

A TIMELY MEETING OF CRAFT AND CONTEMPORARY DESIGN

The Legacy Black combines mechanical precision with the most modern materials. Its stainless steel body is treated with Diamond-like Carbon (DLC), a high-tech coating that gives metal surfaces the hardness and wear-resistance of diamonds.

Legacy Marine chronometer boasting a superior architecture cabinet

BREAKING NEW GROUND

The mechanism, visible through the dial apertures, has an innovative bi-colour finish blending All Black and Rhodium plating. Thanks to the double gimbals suspension, it remains horizontal, regardless of a yacht’s motion at sea.

Legacy Marine chronometer boasting a superior architecture cabinet

CUTTING-EDGE CRAFTSMANSHIP

Modern marine chronometer featuring a distinctive asymmetrical body of stainless steel with a Diamond-like Carbon finish. Dial combining Geneva stripes (Côtes de Genève) and All Black electroplating.

Legacy Marine chronometer boasting a superior architecture cabinet

INNOVATIVE LAYOUT

While retaining the classic elements of a pure marine chronometer, the detent escapement has been moved from its traditional place on the back plate to a new position where it can be viewed – alongside the chain-fusee drive - through the dial apertures.

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