Limited to 500 pieces

Aeromaster Professional Alarm Chronograph

FORTIS x PAUL GERBER

CHF 7,850
REF: F4080001

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FORTIS 2-Year Manufacturer Warranty Included


Bracelet adjustment

Wrist size is required
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Aeromaster Professional Alarm Chronograph

Wrist size is required

WORLD'S FIRST ALARM CHRONOGRAPH

AEROMASTER STEEL ALARM CHRONOGRAPH.

Made for lovers, collectors, afficionados. But actually for real watch enthusiasts.

FORTIS x PAUL GERBER

Paul Gerber – once constructed the most complicated wristwatch in the world. For this he receives an entry in the Guinness Book of Records. In cooperation with us, he developed the F-2001 Manufacture Calibre in 1997. The world’s first chronograph with mechanical alarm.

AEROMASTER STEEL ALARM CHRONOGRAPH

A built-in alarm is a rare complication in a mechanical wristwatch. Even rarer, is an automatic chronograph with a built-in alarm. So rare, in fact, that FORTIS’s patented F-2001 movement, which went into serial production in 1996, was the first caliber so equipped.

It was created in collaboration with the Zurich master watchmaker Paul Gerber, who gave the basic caliber a single mainspring barrel and a striking mechanism with beaten mainspring and extra-large hammer.

The alarm watch can be switched off or interrupted at will by means of a smooth-running pusher at eight o’clock. The alarm emits a 27 second long rattling sound after full winding.

This model is limited to just 500 pieces and only available here.

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