Ellicott reveals the Calibre MG3

First published: 12-11-2010

Long-time watchmaker Ellicott has revealed a new product, which sees the company ushering in a new self-winding movement era.

Titled the Ellicott Calibre MG3, one of the unique design features which should catch fashion watch fans' eyes is the stylish look to the face, Watch Luxus reported.

Like many watches already on the market, the timepiece includes a date window, positioned at the three o'clock position, but unlike its competitors, the watchmaker has chosen to display the rest of the dates of the month around the dial, in a circular motion.

These are separated out through the use of markers appearing on twelve individual islands, with hour and minute hands allowing the wearer to easily read the time. A red second hand is then slotted off-centre on the dial.

Ellicott, which has been in the watchmaking industry since 1738, has chosen to finish off the timepiece with a block of rose or natural gold case and a titanium bezel.
 

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