The Mido All Dial Special Edition, here is what I think
The first model of the newly released column "Today I'm wearing" is the Mido All Dial Special Edition. It is a three hands timepiece from the All Dial collection, released at Baselworld 2015, with a matte black dial and orange accents (orange is Mido's brand color) that draws inspiration from the Coliseum's architecture. Featuring a 42mm wide, 10,08mm thick case, a lug-to-lug gap of 7mm and a weight of just 151g, the Mido All Dial Special Edition M83188.8.131.52 is powered by caliber 80 (perhaps the same one adopted by its sister brand Hamilton), a mechanical automatic movement with 80 hours of Power Reserve, COSC certified and personalized rotor, visible through the transparent case back. A sleek, sporty three hands entry level watch, that features a nice 70s like integrated bracelet, technically appealing and, I do confirm, very comfortable on the wrist (it is just 10mm thick) at a price tag of 1170€.
Automatic Mido Caliber 80 (ETA C07.621 base) COSC certified chronometer, 11½’’’, Ø25.60 mm, height: 5.22 mm, 25 jewels, 21,600 vph, NIVACHOC shock-absorber, NIVAFLEX NM mainspring, ELINCHRON II balance-spring. Finely decorated chronometer movement with blued screws, decorated oscillating weight with Geneva stripes and engraved Mido logo, functions HMSD + Day. Adjusted on 5 different positions for a high accuracy. Up to 80 hours of power reserve.
Stainless steel 316L, Ø42mm, 2 pieces, sapphire crystal with an anti-reflecting treatment on both sides, screwed crown and case back, transparent case back to see the finely decorated and chronometer movement, engraved serial number, water-resistant up to a pressure of 10 bar (100 m / 330 ft).
Stainless steel 316L with stainless steel folding clasp.
Matte black, indexes individually applied, indexes with orange Super-LumiNova®, day and date at 3 o’clock.
Flat diamond cut, hour and minute hands with orange Super-LumiNova® for easy readability at night.
Gaetano C. @Horbiter®