Monday, March 8, 2021

The Concordia - Automatic

From Charlie Paris -
Courtesy of Charlie Paris
Regular readers will know that French watch brands are LOVED here at Tempus Fugit.  This one might have been under your radar because they do a few things - watches, leather goods, with the watches assembled near my absolute favorite watch making place in the world - Besançon, France.

The Concordia is a sporty  adventure/field/dive watch. I say it is all of these things, and not exclusively one of them. And I really like that.
Courtesy of Charlie France
The Concordia was actually released a few years ago (2019) and at that time it came with an ETA 2824 per Fratello's article at the time -

Its product release was also sent to The Time Bum, and you can read that coverage here -

The current iteration of the Concordia Automatic utilizes the 

Here are the pertinents, direct from Charlie Paris, so bear in mind that some of the English is a bit janky -

Made in France:
Assembled in Besancon, France

316L steel, DDiameter 40mm, thickness 12.7mm, polished and brushed. Iso764 non magnetic shield.

Super luminova? Luminous pointer and pointer

Unidirectional rotation, aluminum alloy insert, hourly scale, 12h special symbol

Steel thread with "objective pole south" shipping logo

Swiss automatic winder, stp1-11 caliber. 26 rubies. 28800 alternations per hour. 44 hours spare.

Glass quality:
rainbow, Anti reflection, 3mm thick

an crown:
Screw in screws (30nm) with elox aluminum insert

Water resistance: 
30ATM, 300 meters

Bracelet width: 
20 mm

24 months


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