A timeclock designed for water sport activities, this Multifort Gold plated Two Crowns watch has an internal rotating bezel, screwed crowns, indexes and satin-finished hands that are filled with Super-LumiNova. The automatic Caliber 80 adds to the 20-bar water-resistance to turn this model into an exceptional tool.
Case Material: Stainless steel, Satin-finished and polished stainless steel 316L with rose PVD treatment, Ø42 mm, 2 pieces, sapphire crystal with an anti-reflecting treatment on both sides, screwed crowns and case back, crown at 2 o’clock for setting the rotating flange, crown at 4 o’clock for setting the time and winding, transparent case back to see the finely decorated and elaborate movement, engraved serial number, water-resistant up to a pressure of 20 bar (200 m / 660 ft).
Case Diameter: 42.00 mm
Between lugs: 22.00 mm
Water-resistance: 20 bar (200 m / 660 ft)
Crystal: Sapphire crystal with double-sided anti-reflection treatment
Case height: 11.75 mm
Transparent case back
Movement Type: Automatic
Automatic Mido Caliber (base ETA C07.621 / 2836-2) Automatic ETA 2836-2, 11½’’’, Ø25.60 mm, height: 5.05 mm, 25 jewels, 28,800 A/H, INCABLOC and NIVACOURBE shock-absorber, NIVAFLEX NO mainspring, NIVAROX II balance-spring. Finely decorated elaborate movement with blued screws, decorated oscillating weight with Geneva stripes and engraved Mido logo. Function HMSD+Day. Adjusted on 3 different positions for high accuracy. Min. 38 hours power reserve.
Date (bilingual weekday name (EN / FR ))
Dial colour: Brown, vertical Geneva stripes, indexes with white Super-LumiNova®, day and date at 3 o’clock.
Hour Markers: Applied indexes / Arabic numerals
Bracelet: rubber strap
Warranty: 2 years
The Caliber 80 from Mido is a next-generation automatic watch movement which offers up to 80 hours of power reserve, twice as much as a regular calibre. It is also available as a chronometer that has been officially certified by the COSC (Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres) for its superior accuracy.
Mido exclusively uses high-grade 316L stainless steel for its steel components to ensure complete and continued compatibility with the skin. This material resists corrosion, is unaffected by magnetic fields and demonstrates excellent durability, making Mido’s stainless steel watches enduring creations that can stand the test of time and weather the elements. The metal’s many technical properties are complemented by its sleek, extremely pleasing aesthetics, enabling a wide range of uses.
Mido’s sapphire crystal glass reveals its spectacular dials in sharp relief. They afford excellent readability in a range of conditions while perfectly complementing the watches' elegant design. Strong and shock-resistant, they are made to last, maintaining their exceptional transparency for many years.
The Multifort collection was launched in 1934, two years after the Sydney Harbour Bridge was inaugurated. A real technological masterpiece, the Sydney Harbour Bridge epitomises the era of the industrial revolution in the 1930s. Beyond their functional role, such structures and buildings also have great aesthetic value. The Multifort beautifully evokes the architecture of this symbolic construction.