Mido launches a new variant of the Commander Icône, designed in 1959 as a tribute to the Eiffel Tower and unchanged ever since, with an olive green sunray dial. This cool look is complemented by the satin-finished stainless-steel case with a diameter of 42mm and an integrated bracelet, which marks a first in this collection. The dial is framed by a notably thin bezel and offers the indication of the the weekday and date at 3 o’clock.
At the heart of this debutante beats the automatic caliber 80 Si, based on ETA C07.821 base, with a comfortable power reserve of up to 80 hours and a silicon balance-spring for precision and reliability.
This finely decorated COSC-certified chronometer, with blued screws and an oscillating weight decorated with Geneva stripes, can be viewed through the exhibition case back. The Commander Icône retails for approximately $1,200 when converted to USD.
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