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Clifton - 10403

US$3,900.00 

The cool steel version of the limited edition Indian Motorcycle automatic chronograph watch features a sleek black dial with tachymeter scale on the bezel and snailed silver-colored subdials. It’s a fitting aesthetic for a timepiece designed as a reflection of one of the most iconic motorcycle manufacturers of the 20th century – a company that brought the world classic speedsters like the Scout and the Chief. The hour and minute hand are rhodium plated, and the striking red seconds hands is styled with the brand’s original insignia. This Swiss timepiece comes with a steel bracelet and case, with the logo of the Indian Motorcycle Company on the back.

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Feature Description

Technical Description


Functions

Functions: Tachymeter, Date, Chronograph



Movement

Swiss Made
Movement Designation: Self-winding
Power Reserve: 48 hour
Frequency: 4 Hz / 28800 Vph
Number Of Rubies: 25



Case

Shape: Round
Diameter: 44 mm
Thickness: 13.3 mm
Material: Steel
Finish: Polished/satin-finished
Type Of Crystal: Sapphire
Anti Reflective: Anti-glare one face
Anti Scratch
Back Opening: Closed


Dial

Color/Finish: Black/ & Silver-colored/Snailed
Hands: Leaf, With Superluminova®



Bracelet

Material: Steel
Finish: Polished/satin-finished
Clasp Type: Triple folding clasp with security push-pieces
Self Interchangeable



Others

Water Resistance: 5 ATM (approx. 50 m)
Limited Edition: Limited edition


CLIFTON CLUB INDIAN LEGEND TRIBUTE, CHIEF LIMITED EDITION


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For the Scout edition, the Clifton Club Indian Legend Tribute, Chief timepiece encloses a self-winding movement forged in a 44mm diameter case in polished/satin-finished steel stainless steel case with ADLC details.

The riveted indexes along with the hour and minute hands coated with green emission Superluminova enhance the full black dial, surrounded by a tachymeter scale for speed measurements.

Looking more closely to the timepiece, a variety of signature elements from Indian’s design are displayed.

Immediately recognizable, the red chronograph second hand features the Indian “I”. The date disc with the “1901” mention recalls Indian Motorcycle foundation’s date, which is also engraved on the back of the case along with Indian Motorcycle Headdress logo.

The Clifton Club Indian Legend Tribute, Chief edition is fitted with a 3-row polished & satin-finished stainless steel bracelet secured with a triple folding-clasp.

Each of these unique timepieces transcend the iconic spirit of Indian Motorcycle, while featuring exceptional design and craftsmanship and will be presented within a special box at the colours of Indian.


The Spirit of Indian Motorcycles


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Indian Motorcycle was born in 1901, a time where the only other way to get around was on horseback or bicycle. At its heart, Indian Motorcycle is a story of two founders, the entrepreneur George Hendee and the renowned engineer Oscar Hedstrom, working together to make the world a better and easier place to explore. Which is why Indian Motorcycle today encourages everyone who owns and rides one of its motorcycles to “live stories worth telling”.

George Hendee was already successful from selling bicycles and at the turn of the century, the bicycles he built to export were branded as “American Indian”, a name chosen to embody freedom and adventure and something spiritual, just like the Native American Indians. As Oscar’s reputation grew in the cycling community, he experimented mounting this engine to the frame of bicycles; creating the very first pacer bike. This caught the attention of George Hendee at cycling races and approached Hedstrom in the autumn of 1900, asking him if he would be interested in designing a motor-assisted bicycle, he could sell to the public.



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