Home Mido has presented his new Baroncelli Chronograph Moonphase. A watch that comes with an elegant design combined with sporty touches and a very modern style. On this occasion, it incorporates a chronograph, moon phase and calendar, with the color blue predominating both on its dial and on its rubber strap.
Mido Baroncelli Chronograph Moonphase
A watch with a simple design case where the dial focuses attention thanks to the beautiful finish, color and the information provided. It is marked by a very current style that is reinforced by its integrated rubber strap.
The dial is blue in color with a satin sunray finish. The date, indicated on the rim by a central hand ending in a blue varnished crescent, is displayed against this navy background, along with the day and month on a turquoise-accented subdial. The calendar is completed with a moon phase display at 6 o’clock, where a golden moon and stars streak across a deep blue sky. Time is measured with a central seconds hand, a 30-minute counter, and a 12-hour counter. A third counter completes the display with a small seconds hand and the hours in 24-hour format. All elements of the dial stand out in silver: the edges of the counters, the marks, the facetted indices, and the diamond-polished and sandblasted hands.
The case is made of steel with a size of 42 mm in diameter. It has a sapphire crystal both on the front and on the back. It has a water resistance up to 3 bar, 30 meters.
The caliber is the Mido automatic caliber 60 (ETA A05.221). Self-winding mechanical movement and has a 60-hour power reserve.
The strap is textured blue rubber.
For now we do not know the PVP. I measure