Additional 1-year guarantee
In addition to the 2-year guarantee, COSC-certified Mido timepieces benefit from one extra year of guarantee.
- Material:Stainless steel
- Diameter:42.00 mm
- Between lugs:24.00 mm
- Water-resistance:5 bar (50 m / 165 ft)
- Crystal:Sapphire crystal
- Case height:11.42 mm
- Transparent caseback
- Movement type:Automatic
- Automatic Mido Caliber COSC (base ETA C07.621 / C07.821 Si)
- Chronometer COSC
- Dial colour:Anthracite
- Hour Markers:Applied indexes
- Milanese mesh in stainless steel
Caliber 80 Chronometer Silicon
Mido decided to enhance its flagship movement – the Caliber 80 – with a silicon balance-spring.
In addition to its anti-magnetic properties, this component, which is essential in luxury watchmaking, offers far greater long-term accuracy than a standard balance-spring and better shock-resistance. It is a COSC-certified chronometer watch and offers an exceptional autonomy of up to 80 hours of power reserve.
Mido exclusively uses high-grade 316L stainless steel for its steel components to ensure complete and continued compatibility with the skin. This material resists corrosion, is unaffected by magnetic fields and demonstrates excellent durability, making Mido’s stainless steel watches enduring creations that can stand the test of time and weather the elements. The metal’s many technical properties are complemented by its sleek, extremely pleasing aesthetics, enabling a wide range of uses.
Mido’s sapphire crystal glass reveals its spectacular dials in sharp relief. They afford excellent readability in a range of conditions while perfectly complementing the watches' elegant design. Strong and shock-resistant, they are made to last, maintaining their exceptional transparency for many years.
Moving seamlessly with the motions of the wrist, Milanese mesh envelops the skin to give the unique feel of a leather strap, but crafted from sleek and sophisticated metal. Its distinctive mesh structure affords it superior breathability and a characteristic look that is extremely desired. First produced in the city of Milan in the 19th century, this material channels classic Italian elegance and a timeless aesthetic.