MARVIN Malton 160 Round, an Icon is Born

MARVIN Malton 160 Round

MARVIN Malton 160 Round

In tribute to its 160th anniversary, Marvin has derived creative inspiration from the powerful soul of its timeless watchmaking codes in launching the first series of an iconic Malton 160 collection. The name Malton dates back to 1906, when the brand launched an exclusive collection that was to earn international fame.

This spirit has inspired the beautiful simplicity of the round case, the elegance of the broad dial opening, the understated decoration, as well as the refined manner of interpreting the four movement variations. The latter comprise a Dubois Dépraz 14070 regulator-type self-winding movement; a selfwinding ETA 2897 movement with power-reserve display; an SW 200 three-hand self-winding
movement with date display; and finally a two-hand Ronda 7004B quartz movement with small seconds and a large date display.

Two renowned creative talents – designer Sébastien Perret and watchmaker Jean-François Ruchonnet, a name well known to collectors – have infused it with a truly distinctive spirit. This new alliance
dedicated to Marvin will doubtless give rise to other iconic collections.

Produced in the finest watchmaking workshops, the Malton 160 round watches are water-resistant to 50 metres and guaranteed for two years.

Technical Specifications

Dubois-Dépraz Calibre 14070, regulator, date, 29 jewels, 38-hour power reserve, automatic Swiss made
ETA 2897, power-reserve indication, 3 hands, 21 jewels, 42-hour power reserve, automatic Swiss made
Sellita SW200, date, 3 hands, 36 jewels, 38-hour power reserve, automatic Swiss made
Ronda 7004 B, 2 hands, small seconds, big date, quartz Swiss made

Round 42 mm
Steel or two-tone steel and PVD pink gold

Shock-resistant sapphire

Grained opaline or black

Genuine leather

Water resistance
5 ATM (50 metres, 160 feet)

Two years


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