Movado, the brand with the celebrated sun-dot at 12 o'clock, launched a new era when it introduced a complete date window on its original Calendomatic® automatic timepieces in 1946. Now, it is proud to present the Red Label Museum Calendomatic™. Inspired by its illustrious namesake, it displays an original centre date disc, while a convex window in the sapphire crystal magnifies the day date at 6 o'clock. Both unassuming and modern, it harbours a good many surprises, like the emblematic red "M " chevron, espied through its sapphire crystal back.
Movement Automatic, ETA 2824-2 calibre, 25 rubies, rotor with red Movado "M" chevron Functions Hours, minutes, date Case Stainless steel, 42 mm Flat, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with convex date window at 6 o'clock Sapphire crystal back Water-resistant to 30 m Dial Museum black with centre date disc Silvered Dauphine hands Round hourmarker at 12 o'clock Bracelet/Strap Black alligator leather with steel buckle
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