Presented at Basel world 2009 watch and jewellery fair, the Master Elements limited edition automatic chronograph was manufactured by watch brand YEMA, which is now owned by Montres Ambre group of France. YEMA celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2008 and this special edition timepiece marks this historical milestone.
Equipped with the legendary ETA 7750 automatic movement and dressed in a Stainless steel 316L case measuring 46mm diameter, this chronograph is water-resistant to 300 meters. Its features a carbon fibre dial with Luminous hands and indexes.
Other notable features include: Anti-reflective sapphire crystal front glass, screwed crowns and pushers with double-gaskets; Steel tachymeter scale with black plating and steel rotating (bi-directional) bezel with black plating.
The watch is worn on a Calfskin and carbon look leather strap with deployment buckle. Bearing 25 jewels and equipped with stop-second device, the ETA 7750 automatic movement drives hours, minutes, small second, day and date display and chronograph functions.
The Master Elements automatic chronograph is available in limited and numbered editions of 60 pieces to mark the 60th anniversary of Yema watch brand. The watch features a screwed down caseback with blued sapphire crystal glass for admiring the views of mechanical chronograph movement beating inside.