De Bethune – DB28 Maxichrono
The admirers of the as of late presented DB29 Maxichrono Tourbillon will be glad to realize that at BaselWorld 2014 De Bethune gave another mono-pusher chronograph five focal hands, the DB28 Maxichrono. This time without tourbillon and with a DB28 case.
The 45 mm round case is combined with the openworked floating lugs on springs – a De Bethune protected framework that adjusts them correctly to the state of the wrist and its movements. The rose gold case makes a sharp difference with the darkness of its coasting hauls in hand-cleaned, oxidized zirconium.
The skeleton delivers cleaned dark oxidized steel advise the hour of day highlighting large black numerals in an advanced typeface. The chronograph hands for passed hours and minutes are made of fire blued steel while, for improved intelligibility, rose gold is utilized for the marker of the chronograph minutes.
The chronograph pusher is matched with the crown situated at 12 o’clock.
On the back, the window on the hand wound type DB2030, offering 5 days of force hold, shows the engineering format of the movement’s bridges in rose gold and cleaned steel.
Just twenty bits of the DB28 Maxichrono will be given in 2014.