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Baume & Mercier Debuts In-House Movement

Launched at this year’s SIHH, the Baume and Mercier Clifton Baumatic 5 Days-Chronometer debuts the Geneva-based watch manufacturer’s first ‘in-house' calibre, delivering both on performance and price. The Swiss brand has concentrated on creating an automatic movement that incorporates a number of advances in modern watchmaking at a price point that still makes it very accessible. Developed in collaboration with the ValFleurier Manufacture and the Research and Design team of the Richemont Group (Baume and Mercier’s parent company), the new Baumatic BM12-1975A calibre is exclusive to Baume and Mercier.

The BM12-1975A employs silicon technology and features several innovative components. In developing its first movement, Baume and Mercier have given the Baumatic an edge by enhancing performance in four key areas: anti-magnetism, autonomy, accuracy, and durability. Add to that affordability and you have a formula that will make people sit up and take notice. Visually, the Baume and Mercier Clifton Baumatic is as clean and well presented as the technology powering it, with an understated salute to the traditional wristwatch.

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