The case measures a mid-’60s-appropriate 37.9 mm wide and 11.5 mm high. The edges are clean and the surfaces perfectly flat. The case’s wide sides are highly polished. The sapphire crystal has a nonreflective coating on the inside.
There are 70 pieces in each of the three colors of gold and 700 pieces in steel. All use the 9S64 caliber, first launched in 2011. The movement runs at 28,800 vph in 24 jewels and has a 72-hour power reserve. The accuracy is claimed to be -3 to +5 seconds per day, which is better than the -4 to +6 seconds required for COSC certification.
The gold models are $24,000 and the steel version $6,000.