Mido, with the new Baroncelli Caliber 80 Chronometer Si, has created this model with cutting-edge technology.

Enhanced by an 18-carat rose gold bezel, its round case protects a COSC-certified chronometer movement featuring a silicon balance-spring.

Mido decided to enhance its movement with a silicon balance-spring. In addition to its anti-magnetic properties, this component, offers greater long-term accuracy than a standard balance-spring and better shock-resistance.

Thanks to the Caliber 80, the Baroncelli Caliber 80 Chronometer Si also benefits from exceptional autonomy, with a power reserve of up to 80 hours. With this timepiece, Mido celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Baroncelli collection.

The dial is white, and it is polished and lacquered, having a date at 3 o'clock.

The movement of Mido Caliber 80 Si is a base ETA C07.821, automatic movement, COSC-certified chronometer,  25 jewels that runs at 21,600 vph. It is decorated with blued screws and the oscillating weight is decorated with Geneva stripes and Mido logo.

The case is a polished 316L stainless steel and a 40 mm diameter.

The  bezel in 18-carat rose gold and a sapphire crystal with an anti-reflective treatment is applied on both sides.

The screwed case back has a sapphire crystal revealing the finely decorated chronometer movement and an engraved serial number.

The watch is water-resistant up to a pressure of 3 bars (30 m/100 ft).

The bracelet and folding clasp are in polished 316L stainless steel.