Mido Leaps Forward with the Multifort Chronometer

Mido Leaps Forward with the Multifort Chronometer

The Mido Multifort Chronometer is the first model in the collection to be fitted with the Calibre 80 Si, a COSC-certified chronometer movement featuring a silicon balance spring and up to 80 hours of power reserve.

In addition to the outstanding value proposed by the upgraded movement, the Multifort Chronometer also updates the look of the watch. The vertical Geneva stripes on the dial – a defining feature meant to evoke the suspension cables of the Sydney Harbour Bridge – is subtly widened for a cleaner look.

The 42mm black PVD treated case completes the contemporary appeal, and is paired with a rubber strap with fabric insert in black with beige stitching or vice versa.


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