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Source: Baume et Mercier

The all new Baume & Mercier Linea and Capeland.

Baume & Mercier Linea

It is  long time no see for the Linea, first launched in 1987.

The early watch was 24 mm in diameter and it had no seconds hand and no date.

What was unique about it was this really remarkable bracelet that could be easily interchanged.

The new Linea collection offers two sizes: 27mm and 32mm in diameter.

There are three styles of dials:  silver, black and mother of pearl.

There are three types of movements: a simple quartz caliber, quartz chronograph and an automatic movement.

A selection of new watch straps will be released each year, keeping it trendy at all times.

Baume & Mercier Capeland

There is a steel Capeland chronograph using a La Joux Perret flyback chronograph movement,

while the more commercial collection of this timepiece uses a Valjoux 7753 in six dial variations.

The other version of the case is made from 66 grams of rose gold.

The Capeland  is a remake of a vintage chronograph from 1948  from Baume & Mercier.

You can find more information on www.baume-et-mercier.com

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