Leinfelder Meridian Chronograph

The Leinfelder Meridian Chronograph combines a sporty design with elegant highlights, and handcrafted precision work with a technically high-end caliber. The mechanical chronograph engine is flat, and the watch case is only 12.5 millimeters high.

A scratch resistant, slightly domed sapphire glass protects another highlight of the Meridian Chronograph: the sun-brushed dial. The dial is cut from the inside to the outside so that every time a flicker of the hand moves the watch, it reflects the light which moves around in circles.
Leinfelder Meridian Chronograph
The long, curved pushers for the stopwatch mechanism were first incorporated into a Leinfelder watch for the Leinfelder Meridian Antigua 2010.

They allow for easy, practical handling while also protecting the newly-designed screw-in crown. The unique design of the large pushers makes them smooth-running and gives them a rich sound which their owners can get quite enthusiastic about.

Technical details

  • Caliber: Mechanical chronograph with automatic caliber ETA 2894-2, ball-bearing rotor, second stop function, caliber finished with Côtes de Genève pattern and Leinfelder engraving on the rotor, stippled plate, gold or rhodium-plated, 37 jewels, 42 hours power reserve.
  • Functions: Chronograph, central second stop hands, tachymeter scale, hour, minute, decentral seconds indication, 30-minute and 12-hour totalizer index points, date with quick adjustment at 6.00h.
  • Watch-case: Stainless steel, 42 millimeters in diameter, 12.5 millimeters in height, domed, scratch-resistant sapphire glass, screwed-back case with sapphire glass, screw-in crown, water-resistant to a depth of 330 feet.
  • Dial: Sun-brushed silver or charcoal grey, hands and index points with Super LumiNova™.
  • Strap: steel or brown or black crocodile leather strap with stainless steel folding clasp.

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