Mido has announced that it will introduce the Baroncelli Donna Caliber 80, a new addition to its range of feminine watches that draws inspiration from the Rennes Opera House.
The 33 mm watch is presented in a stainless steel case with rose PVD treatment and houses an automatic Mido Calibre 80 movement, which is based on the ETA C07.611 and beats at a frequency of 21,600 vibrations per hour and has 25 jewels.
In addition to hour, minute, and second functions, the Baroncelli Donna Caliber 80 also features a date display at the 6 o’clock window.
Its white mother-of-pearl dial is presented in a sapphire crystal display with anti-reflective treatment on both sides and is complemented by eight genuine diamonds, which act as hour markers.
The caseback is seethrough and allows the wearer to observe the inner workings of the movement and its oscillating weight with Geneva stripes and engraved Mido logo. It is also engraved with an individual serial number.
The Baroncelli Donna Caliber 80 boasts a minimum power reserve of approximately 80 hours and is water resistant up to a pressure of 5 bar (50 meters or 165 feet). Each piece is supplied on a cream-coloured genuine calf leather strap with crocodile look and stainless steel folding clasp and rose PVD treatment.
- Automatic Mido Calibre 80 movement (based on ETA C07.611)
- 33 mm watch presented in stainless steel with rose PVD treatment
- Beats at a frequency of 21,600 vibrations per hour with 25 jewels
- Hour, minute, and second functions
- Date display aperture at the 6 o’clock window
- Sapphire crystal display with anti-reflective treatment on both sides
- Faceted diamond cut hands
- Transparent caseback that showcases oscillating weight with Geneva stripes and engraved Mido logo
- Supplied on cream-coloured genuine calf leather strap with crocodile look and stainless steel folding clasp with rose PVD treatment
- White mother-of-pearl dial with 8 genuine diamonds (0.04 carats)
- Minimum power reserve of approximately 80 hours
- Water resistant up to a pressure of 5 bar (50 m / 165 ft)