The 1930s witnessed the birth of two symbols of technology and design: Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Mido Multifort collection which, true to its founding values, introduces an essential accessory for diving enthusiasts in the form of a dive watch equipped with two crowns. The first, at 2 o'clock, controls the rotating inner bezel to measure dive times while the second, at 4 o'clock, is for setting the time and winding.
Mechanical automatic, ETA 2836-2 calibre, 25 jewels, 28,800 vibrations/hour, Incabloc and Nivacourbe anti-shock systems, oscillating weight decorated with Côtes de Genève and an engraved Mido logo, blued screws, minimum power reserve of 38 hours.
Hours, minutes, seconds, day, date
Satin-finish, polished 316L stainless steel, 42 mm Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on both sides, transparent back Crown at 2 o'clock to control the rotating inner bezel Crown at 4 o'clock to set the time and for winding Water-resistant to 200 metres (20 bars / 660 ft)
Anthracite with vertical Côtes de Genève White and orange Super-LumiNova® Day and date at 3 o'clock
316L stainless steel, folding clasp with diver extension
Steel case with pink PVD treatment, brown dial, brown rubber strap Steel case with black PVD treatment, black and orange dial, black rubber strap