Chrisophe Claret brings African jungle on your wrist and invites you to discover, understand and fall in love with it with two new pieces: the Christophe Claret Maestro Mamba and the Maestro Pantherophis.
The case, in titanium black PVD, measures 42mm x 16mm. It has double domed sapphire crystals and it is water resistant to 30 meters.
Functions are: pointer-type display of the hours and minutes. Pyramid-shaped large date display at 5 o’clock, with tens on the upper cone and units on the lower cone. MEMO function between 3 and 4 o’clock: cone shape adorned with a tsavorite (for the Mamba version) or a sapphire (for the Pantherophis version) and a diamond serving to remind the wearer of a commitment.
Movement is the Swiss manual-wind Christophe Claret in-house caliber DMC16 with 33 jewels, 21,600 vph and a power reserve of 7 days. It features a Swiss lever escapement, and a balance-wheel with countersunk screws. Stepped and skeletonized Charles X style bridges. Skeletonized barrel. 26 interior angles.
Hand-engraved body of an African mamba snake or an orange Pantherophis on the dial.
It comes on a green Mamba snakeskin strap, or an orange Pantherophis snakeskin strap, both with a titanium black PVD buckle. These two 28-piece limited editions each retail at CHF 96,000.