Inheritor of a long watchmaking history, Swiss watch brand G. Gagnebin & Cie re-launches its activities with its first collection of timekeepers for men. A classical design and contemporary stamping subtly ingrain the Karaktero watches.
While staying faithful to the values that surrounded the history of the company – the lion and snake emblem placed on the bottom of the watches attests it –, the G. Gagnebin & Cie watches aim for today’s men.
Three models, impregnated of a same vein, are proposed to them in a 43 millimeters diameter: the vintage version, the contemporary version and the modern variant, in black PVD.
As the name in Ido language indicates, the Karaktero collection expresses the strength of character and ambition of the brand. It combines modern technology, natural elegance and artisan workmanship.
Its three models, available on a sleek leather or alligator bracelet, reveal the heart of the watch, the pendulum. Their very distinct personalities make them the perfect partner for today’s men. These watches mean to accompany you throughout various moments of life, enveloping them with their strength and dressing them with their sensibility.
Dimension: ø 43 mm
Thickness: 9.5 mm
Material: Stainless Steel/ Stainless Steel Black PVD
Glass: Sapphire crystal
Case back: Transparent with opening on the pendulum
Water-resistant: 5 ATM (approx. 50 m)
Caliber: Automatic Sellita SW 300
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds and date
Color: Black vertical brushed/black sunray/brown sunray
Hour’s markers: Applied star and faceted black applied indexes with Super-Luminova ®
Hands: Black hands
Leather/alligator leather strap in black or brown with pin buckle
About G. Gagnebin & Cie Watch Brand
Established in 1932, G. Gagnebin & Cie has strived for long in the realization of jewel watches, gold watches for men and chronographs. The fourth generation, pride of bearing such a famous name in the world of matchmaking, is animated with a double ambition: to resurrect the work of its ancestors and create a brand that bears the name of Gagnebin.