Two new models enrich Baume & Mercier’s Clifton Club collection: a GMT version and a bronze automatic version with a refined neo-retro look. Today, we present the Clifton Club GMT version.
The Clifton Club GMT watch is powered by a Swiss self-winding mechanical movement, with the second time zone displayed by a central hand and the date visible in an aperture at 3 o’clock. This new reference has many advantages, including a 42-hour power reserve.
With a diameter of 42mm, its polished/satin-finished stainless steel case, equipped with a protected crown, fits all wrists. Thanks to a contained thickness of 10.6 mm, the watch slips easily under a shirt sleeve.
Clifton Club GMT 10486
Clifton Club GMT 10487
The second time zone is read by a central hand and a deep azure blue aluminum bezel, graduated over 24 hours. A sensational complication for globetrotters, the instant display of a second time-zone makes it possible to see at a glance the local time and the reference time at home.
With the opaline black of its dial, to be totally legible in the dark, the hour and minute hands and the Phi logo at 12 o’clock are coated with white Superluminova blue emission. Water resistant to 100 meters, the watch is also equipped with an antiglare scratch-resistant sapphire crystal and a screw-down full case back decorated with the Clifton Club coat of arms.
The Clifton Club GMT is available in two versions, with two bracelets. The first one features a black “All Road” calfskin strap, decorated with sailcloth-like patterns and a blue rubberized calfskin lining, while the second one comes with a polished/satin-finished three-row stainless steel bracelet.
Both bracelets feature an adjustable triple folding buckle and two stainless steel side push-pieces for maximum safety and an easy opening.
Clifton Club 10486 US$2,200
Clifton Club 10487 US$2,350