The classic model is moved by an ETA 2892 A2 caliber, automatic winding machine.
The chronograph uses the Julius Legend 31 movement, derived from the Valjoux caliber 7750, automatic chronograph mechanic.
In both the finish is prestigious, the decorations are hand-made and the rotor engraved. The high number of alternations, adjustments, and accurate controls performed ensure the best operating precision. The fixing system in the case is differentiated, having for the classic model a metallic ring of interposition between casing and movement, with a cushioning spring placed between the ring and the bottom; While for the chronograph, heavier and more voluminous, a direct attachment between the case and the movement was preferred.
THE TECHNICAL CHOICE
Mechanical lever movement, self-winding mechanism with ball bearing. 2892 A2 of Eta, 11 and 1/2 lines, diameter 25.60 mm, height 3.60 mm, 21 jewels, 28.800 vibrations per hour, 4 Hertz, regulated by Etachron shock absorber. Display by means of hands: hours, minutes, seconds. Regulator system with fine-timing device. Incabloc anti-shock system, rotor on ball bearing, self-winding for roughly 42 hours. Elegant finishings of the platen, the links and the rotor, brushed engravings and compound levers.
Mechanical lever chronograph Julius Legend 31, self-winding mechanism, derived from 7750 caliber of the Valjoux, 13 and 1/4 lines, diameter 30.00 mm, height 7.90 mm, 25 jewels, 28.000 vibrations per hour, 4 Hertz, chronograph with 1/5 of second, two pushers for stop and fine timing, anchor escapement, single standard anular balance wheel in Glucydur, micrometric gauge of the racket, Incabloc anti-shock system, rotor on ball bearing, self-winding for roughly 44 hours. Elegant finishings of the platen, the links and the rotor, brushed engravings and compound levers.