Architectural Inspiration: Mido Introduces the Multifort Skeleton Vertigo

The architecture of the famous Harbour Bridge in Sydney serves as a source of inspiration for Mido’s Multifort collection. Both icons were created at the same time, in the 1930s. In this spirit, the new Multifort Skeleton highlights the beauty of the individual elements by putting them into the spotlight. Its finely skeletonized plate that can be spotted on the dial side reveals many intriguing details of Mido’s automatic caliber 80 which amasses a power reserve of 80 hours. For maximum precision, it is equipped with a Nivachron hairspring.

This material significantly reduces the effect of magnetic fields on the accuracy of the watch, while at the same time offering excellent excellent shock and wear resistance. The modern movement which is based on ETA C07.631 is also on full display through the exhibition case back.

The technical charisma is further supported by the vertical Côtes de Genève stripes in an intense anthracite shade and the faceted indexes with white Super-Luminova coating. The Multifort Skeleton Vertigo is offered in a 42-mm stainless steel case which is water-resistant to 100 meters and attached to a metal bracelet. Pricing is currently positioned at $1,200.

To learn more, visit Mido, here.

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