Swiss watchmaker, Cimier, recently introduced the Petite Seconde Venom. Its 43mm stainless steel case has a black PVD finish, a polished finish on the bezel and case, and a brushed finish on the top of the lugs. Inside, is an ETA Unitas 6497 manual-wind mechanical movement. The movement has been blackened and features blued screws, all visible through a “Jorg Stiel” signed sapphire caseback. (Jorg Stiel is a former goalkeeper for the Swiss national soccer team.)

Cimier Petite Seconde Venom

The dial is black with yellow hours, minutes and small seconds hands. At 10 o’clock is a small seconds dial, marked in 5-second increments. At 4 o’clock is a polished PVD crown that is used to set the time and wind the movement. Power-reserve is 56 hours. Yellow python strap. Water-resistance is 50 meters. (Ref. 6102-BP021)

Limited to 200 pieces worldwide. Retail is $2,299.

Cimier Petite Seconde Venom caseback

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