Men’s Watches Guide: Chopard Mille Miglia 2002

Men’s Watches Guide: Chopard Mille Miglia 2002

Mille Miglia 2002 Chronograph runs on an automatic movement with ETA caliber with Dubois Depraz chrono mode. It has 38 jewels and 40 hours of power reserve with COSC-certification for chronometer.

It uses stainless steel case with polished finishing. Its diameter is 40.5mm and has a thickness of 12.5mm. Its sapphire crystal is curved and treated with anti-reflective on both sides.

The caseback has the embossed Mille Miglia race run logo and a sapphire crystal showing the movement within. Its water resistance is up to 50m.

The dial is black and the subdials are decorated with circular beads. It has luminescent Arabic numerals as well as luminescent baton central hands that are rhodium-plated. The bezel is engraved with tachometer scaling.

There are three counters on the dial which are all silvered and decorated with circular beads. The counters indicate the small seconds at 3 (with the famous red arrow that indicates “1000 Miglila”), the hour counter at 6, and the minute counter at 9.

Its second hands running around the center has a red arrow at its tip. The minute track with a 1/5 of a second division marked by luminescent triangular markers is printed on the dial. Its date display is located between 4 and 5.

It uses a very special rubber that has treading that resembles the Dunlop Racing tires used in the 1960s. It has steel clasp for its buckle. The other version available is the yellow gold comes in 250 pieces limited edition.

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Source by Leroy Fong

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