Corniche Heritage Chronograph Bluebird Limited Edition
INTRODUCING THE LIMITED EDITION BLUEBIRD CHRONOGRAPH
Within our latest chronograph, a captivating Sky Blue sunburst dial steals the spotlight, harmonizing seamlessly with distinctive Azur Blue hands and a fabric Navy Blue strap. This combination introduces a spectrum of blues, creating a perfect blend of sporty energy and refined elegance.
IT’S ALL IN THE DETAILS
The strap of the Bluebird is made of recycled nylon and is easily adjusted with our signature folding clasp. Invented in 1910 by Louis Cartier, the folding clasp folds beautifully to provide a tailored fit. Extremely comfortable yet extremely elegant,it’s the best of two worlds.
A SPECTRUM OF
The Bluebird's dial orchestrates a captivating symphony of blues—sunburst Sky Blue tones and anodized Azur Blue hands harmonize with a modern tachymeter scale and Arabic numerals, seamlessly blending tradition and modernity. Complemented by a matching Navy blue strap, the watch transforms into a chromatic masterpiece, presenting a spectrum of mesmerizing blues.
Inspired by the early days of racing, the new bluebird_chronograph Chronograph is powered by an impressive engine of its own. In fact, the renowned VK64 Meca Quartz from Seiko is a so-called “hybrid movement” combining quartz technology with mechanical movements to form an engine that balances the advantages and disadvantages of each. We’d have it no other way.
“The central chronograph hands tick five times per second, just like movements of old. We’d have it no other way.”
Whilst the timekeeping mechanism is essentially quartz, you’ll notice the “meca” part of the equation come into play every time you reset the chronograph. With components taken directly from Seiko's own in-house mechanical chronographs, the chronograph hands are disengaged from the quartz motor and are snapped back to zero, meaning you don't get that sweep back to zero that is representative for standard quartz chronos. Rather, you get a timepiece that combines the accuracy of quartz with the distinct look and feel of a mechanical chronograph. The central chronograph hands tick five times per second, just like movements of old.