A Paris based watchmaking brand presents its new Artcode model which is announced as the brand’s ultimate timepiece created in order to attract the eyes of the watch aficionados.
This novelty is all about transparency. It features a clever openwork design that reveals at its heart the workings of the automatic movement that has been customized in-house. The watch is powered with the highly reliable ETA 2824 automatic movement that features milled rose, Côtes de Genève decoration and the blackened gold finish of the oscillating weight.
The geometric structure of the dial makes all its parts readable and offers an impressive view of its silver surface with a circular guilloché decoration, the bold cut-outs of the black hour-markers, the variation in levels, as well as the incredible finishes of the date window and hands. When you turn the watch upside down, all these beautiful components are visible thanks to the screwed-in transparent case back.
The Saint Honore Artcode is housed in a round stainless steel case which measures 42mm in diameter. The case incorporates a polished steel bezel which is secured with six decorative screws and a specially designed crown in a truncated tapered shape with cut-out grooves. The case boasts an amazing combination of sharp angles, smooth curves, brushed and polished surfaces and close attention to detail.
The latest timepiece from the entry level luxury watchmaking brand is constructed to resist water pressure of up to 50 meters (about 165 feet). The watch is attached to a black croco design leather strap, ending with a steel deploying buckle.
Saint Honore manufacturer is a perfect blend between Parisian style and Swiss quality. Today, the luxury watchmaking brand is present in more than 60 countries. Recently, this watchmaker has celebrated its 125th anniversary.