The name of the French watchmaker Christophe Claret is often associated to complication movements. For years famous watch brands such as Ulysse Nardin, Franck Muller, de Grisogono, Jean Dunand and Harry Winston, turned to Christophe Claret for developing their most complex timepieces.
Today the brand founded by Christophe Claret belongs to the exclusive circle of independent watch manufacturers capable of mastering the entire production process of Haute Horlogerie watches – from the original idea through to final adjustments.
At BaselWorld 2013 Christophe Claret will officially unveil the new Kantharos, a mono-pusher automatic chronograph with striking mechanism and constant force escapement. A cathedral gong, visible at 10 o’clock, audibly chimes with each change of function (start, stop, reset).
The diameter of the case is 45 mm while height is 15.83 mm. Water resistant to 30 mt.
The Kantharos is available in five combinations of dials and case materials as described below.
|Titanium case, red and black PVD hands, rhodium-plated dial|
|Black PVD titanium case, blue and black PVD hands, anthracite rhodium-plated dial|
|Pink gold and anthracite grey PVD titanium case, red and black PVD hands, anthracite rodium-plated dial|
|Pink gold and anthracite grey PVD titanium case, black ceramic and anthracite grey PVD hands, pink gold dial|
|White gold and anthracite grey PVD titanium case, red and black PVD hands, anthracite rodium-plated dial|