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Mido Baroncelli Caliber 80 Chronometer Si

Mido celebrates its 40th anniversary of the Baroncelli collection with the Baroncelli Caliber 80 Chronometer Si. To improve its accuracy, the Automatic Mido Caliber 80 Si powers the watch, which is fitted with a silicon balance spring.

The COSC certified chronometer features a power reserve of up to 80 hours. In addition to the incredible technology, the clean design of the watch stands out as well. The 40-millimeter 316L stainless steel case contains the white lacquered dial with black applied indexes. The movement is visible through the transparent caseback, pictured below.

The watch is placed on a bracelet with a folding clasp in polished 316L stainless steel.

About Mido
Founded in Switzerland in 1918 by George Schaeren, Mido is today based in the town of Le Locle, in the heart of the Swiss Jura mountains. The name Mido comes from the Spanish "Yo mido", I measure. Timelessness is the mark of true design.Mido′s philosophy is to combine timeless design with functionality rather than following fashion trends. True design outlives all fashion trends. The objective is to create timepieces made of high quality materials, endowed with precise movements and offering outstanding water-resistance in order to last a long time.

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