Catorex 1858 Chronograph Krono Ivory

The Krono Ivory 1858 chronograph by Catorex.

CATOREX looks back on two hundred years of commitment and tradition awareness in the Jurassic watchmaking industry. With the slogan “be majestic”, the company would like to convey its passion, creativity and ongoing inspiration. “Living in freedom, humility and enthusiasm, while at the same time respecting the commitment and passion of others – that has always been our family and our region,” says Guy Albert Cattin. “We are continuing this path and thanking all those who contributed to the beginning of this new stage – our local suppliers and our approximately 60 employees, who contribute their time and know-how to the production of our high-quality timepieces.”

Crown CATOREX, polished, brossed, screwed with lateral engraved CATOREX crown.

Movement: Automatic, ETA 7750
Flywheel: CATOREX, skeletal
Functions: Chronograph with date
Housing: 316L stainless steel (black PVD coated) or 316L stainless steel polished, fine brossing on the bars
Case bottom: Polished, screwed (6 screws) with sapphire crystal and visible movement
Bezel: Polished, brushed Glass Top: sapphire, anti-reflective Bottom: sapphire
Diameter: 42mm
Waterproof: 10 ATM
Price: Krono Ivory: CHF 2’675.00 (VAT included)
Dial: ivory color. Chronograph counter at 6h, 9h and 12h. Date at 3h. Superluminova
Hands: Superluminova
Clasp: Folding clasp polished and brushed with engraved CATOREX crown
Bracelet: Brown leather

Justin Levine for Swiss Watches News
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