The Multifort Automatic Chronograph comes in a 44 mm x 14.5 mm polished stainless steel case (shown above), or a matte black coated PVD case. The stainless steel model comes with a silver or black brushed dial (black dial is new for 2011).

It is powered by a self-winding Valjoux 7750 chronograph movement (a movement that is made by Swatch Group’s movement making division “ETA”). The movement has a top grade finish, with circular graining, blued screws and Geneva stripes. Sapphire crystal caseback.

The bracelet is stainless steel with a folding clasp (leather straps are available on some versions). Water-resistance is 100 meters. The price is $1,880. (Ref. M005.614.11.031.00)

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