With its assertive aesthetics and visible mechanism, the new Mido Multifort Skeleton Vertigo takes a bold stance. In a true stylistic and technological achievement, the Swiss watchmaker showcases the heart of its automatic movement by revealing its finely skeletonised plate.
For those who seek it out, adrenaline can be found everywhere. With its sporty, technical look, the new Multifort Skeleton Vertigo offers a dizzyingly robust and daring timepiece for your wrist.
The timepiece shows a strong architectural influence – a characteristic of this collection inspired by the Sydney Harbour Bridge – with Geneva stripes adorning its unique anthracite-coloured face.
Sleek and robust
Inside its robust steel exterior, the ultra-resistant Caliber 80, fitted with a Nivachron™ balance-spring, proudly displays its geartrain. Its exceptional autonomy lasts for up to 80 hours, promising ultimate accuracy for conquering the city without stopping.
Find it also in steel or with rose gold-coloured PVD treatment, on semi-matt brown leather straps, and a version with black PVD coating, touches of Mido orange and a fabric strap.