The new watch after Soprano and Adagio timepieces is the latest Allegro. Christophe Claret created a masterpiece surrounded by the music.
The new Allegro watch is equipped with the finest horological complications making this watch a real artistic piece. Starting at the point of the highly sophisticated mechanical heart, which is a redesigned in-house Calibre ALG89 movement with a hand winding. The real eye-catching things about this movement are bridges stepped and skeletonized in the Charles X style. Such bold movement offers the most complex functions, concerned with music, but not only. It is worth to mention that this movement is equipped with 60 hours of power reserve and its dimensions are 34mm x 8.20mm.
Besides the fundamental hours, minutes and seconds, Allegro provides the Repeater Chimes – hours, quarters and minutes. There is also a big date display lower at 12 o’clock. The both subtle subdials are situated at 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock. The first one presents GMT function with day and night indication, where the second one features the small seconds. Everything is elaborately assembled within the pretty massive case with a diameter of 45mm. New Allegro timepiece is not only technically beautiful. Its design is just brilliant, maintained in the modern and sophisticated way that you can’t get enough of looking at this watch. Amazingly polished red gold combined with the smooth titanium treated with anthracite PVD gives this watch a dose of the discreet elegance. The whole design is complemented by smoked sapphire crystal with the exposed Repeater mechanism. Black alligator leather strap is the integral part of the Allegro watch.
– Diameter / Height : 45mm / 14.11mm
– Material : Red gold and grade 5 titanium with anthracite PVD
– Smoked sapphire crystal
– Water resistance : 30 meters
– Caliber : ALG89
– Components : 520
– Jewels : 39
– Power reserve : 60 hours
– Stepped bridges in Charles X style
– Functions : hours, minutes, seconds, Big date, GMT with day/night indicator, Repeater chimes (hours, quarters, minutes)
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