Rigorous and bold, the chronograph C1 declares its ambitions by taking robustness to the very limits of possibility, while dressing its imposing case in gold and diamonds. At the impending Basel 2008, Concord is itching to show off its latest jeweled C1 Chronograph. The new diamond-set versions of their dynamic C1 Chronograph watch features complex 44mm cases crafted from 18K white gold, that feature 53 individual elements are set with 184 diamonds. Offering two models, the first one has a white rubber strap and matching decorative elements on the bezel, as well as a dial-in metal and carbon fiber. The second watch has a black rubber strap and a ruthenium dial accented by 259 round brilliant diamonds. This model also features extensive diamond coverage on the top surface of the bezel and the strap attachment area.
Powered by automatic ETA Valgranges caliber with a 48-hour power reserve, it is certified as a chronometer by COSC. The white gold folding clasp is also set with 72 diamonds, 0.6 ct, and is water resistant to 50 meters.