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Ateliers deMonaco - Admiral Chronographe Flyback Saphir

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First appeared in 1936, the flyback or instant-restart function makes it possible to save time while measuring an event.

By pressing the flyback pusher once, the timing stops at the first interval and resets the hand to zero. The chronograph hand then starts again once the pusher is released.


Ateliers deMonaco’s patented Admiral Chronographe Flyback makes no exception and measures a succession of elapsed times while reducing the number of operations.


The automatic dMc-760 calibre beats at 28,800 vibrations per hour and offers a power reserve of 38 hours. Housed in a 42 mm x 13.3 mm rose or white gold case, the movement is embellished with 32 jewels, hand-decorated bridges and a 22K gold hand-engraved rotor.

The dial is the most distinctive feature of the Admiral Chronographe Flyback Saphir. Entirely made out of transparent sapphire crystal, it enables the wearer to appreciate the movement and details of the watch.


Over 50 holes were pierced into the dial surface to fix the diamond-cut Roman numerals which contribute to define the style of the watch.

Water resistant to 3 ATM, the Ateliers deMonaco Admiral Chronographe Flyback Saphir will be produced in two limited editions: 88 pieces in rose gold with a price of Swiss Francs 29,100 / Euro 26,900 / US$ 27,100 and 88 pieces in white gold priced at Swiss Francs 30,300 / Euro 28,000 / US$ 28,200. ateliers-demonaco.com



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