Swiss watchmaker, Cimier, recently introduced the Petite Seconde Venom. Its 43mm stainless steel case has a black PVD finish, a polished finish on the bezel and case, and a brushed finish on the top of the lugs. Inside, is an ETA Unitas 6497 manual-wind mechanical movement. The movement has been blackened and features blued screws, all visible through a “Jorg Stiel” signed sapphire caseback. (Jorg Stiel is a former goalkeeper for the Swiss national soccer team.)

Cimier Petite Seconde Venom

The dial is black with yellow hours, minutes and small seconds hands. At 10 o’clock is a small seconds dial, marked in 5-second increments. At 4 o’clock is a polished PVD crown that is used to set the time and wind the movement. Power-reserve is 56 hours. Yellow python strap. Water-resistance is 50 meters. (Ref. 6102-BP021)

Limited to 200 pieces worldwide. Retail is $2,299.

Cimier Petite Seconde Venom caseback

Jason Pitsch
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Jason Pitsch is the founder and editor of Professional Watches. He appreciates good design and engineering in everything from architecture to automobiles to cameras to clothing. Yet his focus for the past decade has remained consistent on covering just one type of craftsmanship: watchmaking.