Baume & Mercier Classima

Classima, perfectly discreet

The Baume & Mercier Classima is one of the watches of greatest demand of the Geneva watch manufacture, beginning business back in 1830. In spite of being a tribute to the Sixties in style the Classima classifies for a fairly modern yet not fashionable model. Enhancing its wearer in core and character rather than the outer cover, it is the very watch to celebrate and dignify the convenience of undeniable understatement.

The Classima design

Baume & Mercier offers clients a choice of 16 different Classima models of medium broad bezels. Parts of the collection provide dials divided into light and dark circles to render readability by contrast of color. Thereby the high rate of complications as incorporated in the collection’s chronograph Classima 8692 is not to spoil simplicity but rather adds to its appeal. A plain case presenting straight lugs with a guilloché silver-colored dial and steel blue hands is discreetly arranged upon an auburn colored alligator strap. The Classima Reference 10131 as the collection’s latest representative is to resume classic Classima characteristics. Literally taking the watch to the next level, Baume & Mercier gave up on offset inner as well as outer circles for gilt numerals and hands on silver ground. Humbly housed in a case of stainless steel the watch is worn on an auburn alligator leather strap around the wrist. Collections of Baume & Mercier Classima contain watches of 18K rose gold cases, Dual-Time watches with steel bracelet as well as watches with black dials. The Classima 10098 for instance finished by polished steel features both, not only a black dial but also a black alligator leather strap. Overall the model is a match to all occasions.

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