Hermès' ambitions for its timepiece division is demonstrated by the new Dressage Manufacture Chronograph, a watch that allows you to clearly perceive an overall quality increase.
The Hermès Dressage Manufacture Chronograph is available in two versions: one with an opaline silvered dial and a havana alligator strap and the other with a black dial and a black alligator strap. The dial is developed on different levels with a central element of vertical lines, where the brand logo stands out, and the three sub-dials encircled by the two distinct rings of the hour markers and the minute scale.
The tonneau-shaped 40.5 mm case is strongly characterised by the distinctive horse-themed lugs and the alternating of polished and satin-brushed surfaces.
The stainless steel case houses a self-winding manufacture movement, Calibre H1925, where 1925 refers to the year when Hermès introduced its first chronograph watch. The proprietary movement integrates a chronograph module from Dubois Depraz.
A top-quality leather strap - we had no doubts from a leather specialist like Hermès - completes the timepiece.