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MONDAINE PRESENTS THE EVO ALARM

The Iconic Details of a Classic Mondaine Timepiece with the Essential Addition of an Alarm

Our increasingly demanding schedules and busy lifestyles require us to keep a close eye on the time. Enter the unique Evo Alarm watch from renowned Swiss watchmakers Mondaine. Form meets function in this innovative design, which combines the iconic analog aesthetic of a classic Mondaine timepiece with the decidedly digital addition of an easy-to-use alarm.

To set the alarm, simply utilize the red tipped arrow alarm that extends from the center and the crown at 2:00 to choose the desired time for the alarm to sound. The sound box on the case back ensures a perfectly audible alarm signal. This incredibly simple feature ensures that the wearer will never be late again.

“The Evo Alarm is a perfect example of what makes a Mondaine timepiece so unique. It combines the minimalist, simple aesthetic of our classic Swiss Railways watch with a functional, easy-to-use alarm to fill two needs within a single design,” said André Bernheim, Chief Operating Officer of Mondaine Watch Ltd.

The Mondaine Evo Alarm features a quartz movement with a 40 mm case and a genuine leather strap. The face is available in either black with a stainless steel brushed case or white with a stainless steel polished case.

Suggested retail price: $475.00

Retailers: For a retailer near you, visit www.mondaine.com/where-to-buy-mondaine/

Website: www.mondaine.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/mondainewatch

Twitter: @infomondaine

ABOUT MONDAINE: Established in 1951 by Erwin Bernheim and managed today by his sons Ronnie and André Bernheim, Mondaine Watch Ltd. is the creator of the Official Swiss Railways Watch collection, licensed by the Swiss Railways SBB. It unites the brands Mondaine, Camel Active, M-Watch and Luminox. Combining classic Swiss style and quality, Mondaine timepieces are available at authorized, professional watch dealers accompanied by a two year warranty and backed by the Mondaine International Service Organization (MISO). The assembly of these watches takes place in the Mondaine factory in Biberist/Switzerland. For more information, please visit www.mondaine.com. Find Mondaine on Facebook at www.facebook.com/mondainewatch, and on Twitter @infomondaine.

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