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Clifton - 10402

Uma edição limitada de relógios, criada em homenagem à empresa Indian Motorcycle, fundada em 1901 em Springfield, no Massachusetts, este cronógrafo mecânico de corda automática combina o estilo citadino de uma correia de calfe castanho com um mostrador cinzento ardósia e preto aberto sobre o mecanismo, com escala taquimétrica no aro e múltiplos visores. A caixa de aço inoxidável está gravada no fundo com o logotipo da Indian. Esta empresa foi a criadora da motocicleta com que Burt Munro estabeleceu um recorde mundial, a Indian Scout, e desenvolveu algumas das motas mais rápidas e visionárias que existiram no mundo. .

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Movimento: Taquímetro, Data, Cronógrafo


Fabricado na Suíça
Movimento: Automático
Reserva de marcha: 48 hour
Frequência: 4 Hz / 28800 Vph
Número de rubis: 25


Forma: Redondo
Tamanho: 44 mm
Espessura: 13.3 mm
Material: Aço
Acabamento: Polido/ Acabamento acetinado
Tipo de vidro: Safira
Anti-reflexos: Anti-reflexo um lado
Fundo da caixa: Fechado


Cor/Acabamentos: Slate-gray/ & Preto/Snailed
Ponteiros: Feuille, com Superluminova®


Material: Couro de bezerro


Estanqueidade: 5 ATM (aprox. 50 m)
Edição limitada: Edição limitada



Housed within a 44mm polished & satin-finished stainless steel case with ADLC details and operating at a frequency of 28’800 vph, the Clifton Club Indian Legend Tribute, Scout Limited Edition is powered by the self-winding caliber (Valjoux 7750) offering a 48-hour power reserve.

The riveted indexes as well as hour, minute coated with green emission Superluminova are complemented by the tachymeter, date and chronograph functions, which the counterweight hand, is immediately recognizable with Indian “I.” The date disc displays “1901” at the 19th day of the month to recall Indian Motorcycle foundation’s date, which is engraved on the screw down case back, along with the Indian Motorcycle logo.

Also apparent are the chronograph counters designed to recall the speedometer. The open-worked opalin grey with black snailed counters is representing the livery shade of the Scout motorbike models.

The Clifton Club Indian® Legend Tribute, Scout edition features a richly toned leather strap reflecting the brown color of the Scout’s seat and is made by the famous USA based Horween Leather Company renowned for crafting calfskin straps that develop character and patina over time.

The Spirit of Indian Motorcycles


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.