Launching today, Mido has brought out the new 40mm Multifort Patrimony range.

Beneath the retro exterior of these new models resides a latest-generation automatic movement: the ETA Caliber 80, which provides the watch with up to 80 hours of power reserve. It’s also available as a chronometer that has been officially certified by the COSC (Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres) for its superior accuracy.

Model 1: US$1,000 Models 2 and 3: US$890

The pulsometer scale on the edge of the dial, the box sapphire crystal protecting it and the shape of the hour and minute hands are all subtle nods to the past.

Mido uses only high-grade 316L stainless steel for its steel components to ensure complete and non-allergenic issues with the skin. This material resists corrosion, is unaffected by magnetic fields and demonstrates excellent durability, making Mido’s stainless steel watches able to stand the test of time and weather the elements. The metal’s many technical properties are complemented by its sleek, extremely pleasing aesthetics, enabling a wide range of uses.

Mido’s sapphire crystal glass affords excellent readability in a range of conditions while perfectly complementing the watches’ elegant design. Over time, the leather used for Mido’s straps develops a shimmering, soft sheen. Every patina is different and makes your watch uniquely your own.

How much?

US$890 – US$1,000

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