Bovet Sergio Split-Second Chronograph: In The Fast Lane

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Once again Bovet has collaborated with the independent Italian car design firm Pininfarina, presenting yet another auto-inspired complication that melds sporty timekeeping with refined watchmaking. The Sergio Split-Second Chronograph conveys the sleek design codes and signature style of the Pininfarina company with a unique dial with four lowered segments, one each for the 30-minute counter, small seconds and power reserve indication, and the insignias of the two powerhouses behind its conception. It is also perforated with multiple micro-apertures echoing a special feature omnipresent on all Pininfarina automobiles. In addition, the recessed areas are reminiscent of the aerodynamic elements of a sports car while an anthracite ruthenium treatment gives the timepiece a unique, metallic finish. With the indexes, numerals, hands and tachymetric scale printed in white, optimal legibility is practically guaranteed.

Sergio Split Second Chronograph

Its chronograph push pieces are coated with black DLC and complement the black leather-lined rubber strap with much aplomb. Apart from these two buttons, a third push piece coaxial to the crown preserves the overall symmetry of the watch yet allows for an additional function to be added.

This 45mm self-winding timepiece in shot-blasted stainless steel is powered by the Bovet Calibre 13BA08-R which has a 50-hour power reserve. Available in a choice of four dial colours – anthracite, black, blue and white – it is produced in a limited series of just 250 pieces (S$49,800).

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