The New WYLER GENÈVE Code-S Chronograph

WYLER GENÈVE Code-S Chronograph

WYLER GENÈVE Code-S Chronograph

Wyler Geneve presents an entirely new collection – the Code S. Retaining the brand’s distinctive identity, while expanding its appeal to female watch lovers, this collection adds another dimension to the Wyler Geneve brand. The new style continues to be inspired by the automobile, with its rubber strap, its tire-like rubber-coated crown and chronograph pushers resembling a car’s foot pedals. The case has been slightly reduced in size from its bigger brother the Code R and its lines have been rounded. The bezel – a first on a Wyler Geneve timepiece – allows further color-coding possibilities and jewelry version sets, tipping the scales firmly in the ladies’ favor.

Technical Specifications

Functions: Chronograph: seconds, 30 minutes, 12 hours, continuous seconds, date
Movement: Self-winding, Swiss-made mechanical movement
Power reserve: 42 hours
Oscillating weight: Personalised in drilled blackened heavy metal with white Wyler Genève inscription
Case: Top and bottom plates: Brushed 18-carat red gold
Case middle: White composite material with WYLER engraving
Inner movement case: Titanium, water resistant to 100m
Chronograph pushers: Brushed 18-carat red gold
Crown: White rubber-coated 18-carat red gold
Crown protector: Brushed 18-carat red gold
Bezel: White ceramic
Back: 18-carat red-gold case-back with titanium screws and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal aperture
Dimensions: Width: 42.5 mm
Dial: White with polished 18-carat red-gold-plated applique for chronograph counters, white SuperLuminova hour markers, 18-carat red gold skeleton hour and minute hands with white SuperLuminova inserts.
Bracelet: Wyler personalised white natural rubber with 18-carat red-gold foldover clasp
Reference: S02.C1C.08.00.WH001.RWH07.22

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