The Chicago 511 by Vortic Watch Company houses an antique pocket movement dating back to 1912.
The Elgin National Watch Company originally produced the Chicago 511’s pocket watch, and it features an immaculate cream-colored, single-sunk dial, bold, black hour numerals, and dark-red minute numerals.
It also has blued steel spade & whip watch hands and a subdial that matches the rest watch’s face. We paired this sophisticated pocket watch with the robust Sandblasted Titanium case and topped it off with a nickel-plated crown.
Visible through the transparent case-back is the 345-grade open-face movement with a Going barrel, Quick train, Moseley regulator, and Breguet hairspring. This historic piece also boasts 17 jewels. This manual-wound movement has a power reserve of 36 hours.
The Chicago 511 features a 46mm diameter case made of sandblasted titanium. The company has used gorilla glass for the front and case-back crystals.
This one-of-a-kind watch comes with a high-quality Stone leather watch strap. The strap’s gray tone perfectly complements the watch’s understated yet stunning color scheme.
The retail price of the Vortic Chicago 511 watch is US$2,495.00.
For more details, please visit Vortic Watch Company website.