GUSTAVE et cie presents its André collection in homage to André Citroën, the first man to have his name inscribed on the Eiffel Tower in 1925. This French watch elegantly upsets the codes by revisiting the concept of the 24-hour dial used by the military and astronauts.
- Made in France
- Mixed watch
- Sapphire crystal
- 24-hour single-hand dial
- Interchangeable bracelets
- Compass function thanks to the sun
- 40mm diameter stainless steel case , black finish
- Water resistant to 5 ATM
- Swiss Ronda Quartz movement (battery)
- 2 years warranty
A 24H WATCH?
Today we live in frenzy and constant movement. We run, we trot in all directions in a legitimate stress, since Gustave et cie watches offer us too short days of twelve hours … It was time that at the dawn of the third millennium, GUSTAVE et cie reinvented the watch, by upsetting the codes and by revisiting the 24-hour dial used by the military and astronauts.
Freed from a cramped format, the GUSTAVE et cie watch extends the days and allows its happy owner to evolve into a new open-plan space. Goodbye feverishness and anguish, long live the lightness and efficiency generated by the gain of serenity!
A COMPASS ON YOUR WRIST
The dials of the André collection discreetly display the North cardinal point with an “N”… because this watch can also be used as a compass! The principle is simple, all you have to do is point the needle in the direction of the sun, and North is indicated by the “N” on the dial.
PS. Be careful, in the southern hemisphere, you have to reverse the cardinal points.
A NEW READING OF TIME …
Simplicity is privileged: the minute and second hands are eclipsed, the daily time is visualized at a glance. Each line on the dial is worth 10 minutes. This concept is a remedy against the anguish of fleeing time and a wonderful way to hold him back and change his philosophy of life.
36 mm, 40 mm