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  • Prix régulier CHF 980.00

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Helvetia & Myth

INCIDIT because you have to fight and destroy your enemy, the Helvetians, a century BC were not peaceful peasants in Celtic times, but formidable warriors who went to fight against the Roman legions burned their villages when they left them. Warriors they remained until occupying the papal guard in the Vatican and revealing themselves the last defenders of the Bastille to the revolution. The Helvetia represented on the dial is an allegorical female figure personifying the Swiss Confederation, it also designates Switzerland. A trademark for a proud people with ancestral roots, the fruit of our civilization which has existed since the dawn of time on our scale. Extra-light, non-corrosive and completely anti-allergic, it is made of aluminum and proudly conserves time.


Ldt Edition 149 pieces

  • Watch manufactured in Switzerland, in anodized aluminum, extra-light.

  • Weight with strap 42.9 gr.

  • The case, case back, crown, dial, buckle and pin, as well as all the main components of the movement are made of aluminum in our workshops.

  • Movement Schneider & Co Mvt. SCo 38-01 matt black, ceramic microblasted, ETA 6497 compatible, manual winding.

  • 46H power reserve, three-hand display - seconds at 9H

  • Alternation 21'600, 17 jewels

  • Casing entirely in aluminum, case ø 44mm - thickness 10.50mm - between-horn 22mm. Case and crown in fire red color.

  • Water resistant to 30m / 3 ATM (tested 50m)

  • Sapphire crystal - transparent case back.

  • White leather strap edged with a seam, dropped 20-22mm, with a 20mm aluminum buckle and its manufactured pin.

  • Aluminum dial, laser cut and engraved.

  • In addition to the manufacture of components, Schneider & Co ensures the assembly of each of its SCo 38 movements in accordance with the strictest watchmaking rules by a master watchmaker, in its manufacture in Le Locle.

  • Each Schneider & Co watch is fitted in its manufacture in Le Locle.

  • The warranty card bears the name and signature of the watchmaker who completed the stages of assembly of the movement and casing.