Mido Baroncelli II and III

The Baroncelli model from Mido is a very elegant and sophisticated dress watch. The timepiece is less than 10mm thick (7mm for Baroncelli II) and yet has a lot of wrist presence with its 40mm diameter. The calibre 80 automatic movement, offering a generous 80-hour power reserve, can be seen through the glass case back. The sapphire crystal protects the clean looking dial, which feature a date window which located either at 3 or 4 o'clock depending on the model reference.

  • Ref: M027.408.16.058.00
  • Diameter: 40.00 mm
  • Thickness: 9.70 mm
  • Lug width: 20.00 mm
  • Caliber: Mido Calibre 80

No lume is present in the hands nor on the dial, which is not surprising since this is a dress watch. The water-resistance of this watch is 30m. The latest versions of this timepiece (like the M027.408.16.058.00) have a silicon balance spring and are COSC certified. The lug width is 20mm and it is available with either leather strap or steel bracelet. For a retail price in the $1000 range, you get a classic design that will definitely stand the test of time.

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