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Chrono-Felix C3HAB1049


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* The Chrono-Felix C3 is a collaborative piece between Stewart's and Habring2. The dial is a follow on from the 2018 Felix and Erwin UK editions, incorporating C3 luminescent filled syringe hands but this time the use of C3 lume has been extended out to the Arabic numerals, tip of the blued chronograph hand and also the chrono minute recording hand. The dial features a vertically brushed metallic silver dial with classic black "panda" sub-dials and is housed within habring's beautiful 38.5mm steel case with polished bezel and shoulders and brushed barrel. The Chrono-Felix is a manually wound mono-pusher chronograph, which is powered by Richard and Maria's in-house A11C-H1 movement with 48-hour power reserve and anti-magnetic escapement with a Carl Haas hairspring in chronometer quality.


* Although not a limited edition as such, this particular dial variant of the Chrono-Felix will only be available through Stewart's so as you can imagine, quanities will be low. I hope you like it!

Movement: Manual Wind with Mono-Pusher Chronograph

Case Dimensions: 38.5mm x 12.2mm x 46mm, Stainless Steel

Dial: Vertically Brushed Metallic Silver with C3 Luminous hands and Numerals

Glass: Flat Sapphire Crystal Front and Back

Strap: 20mm, Vintage Style Brown Leather on Pin Buckle

Water Resistance: 5 ATM

Reference: A11C-H1-C3

Habring² can quite possibly lay claim to being the smallest watch manufacturer in the world, certainly the only watch manufacturer in Austria!


Maria and Richard Habring, who are the driving force behind Habring² founded the company in 1997 Volkermarkt, Austria in a fourth and fifth floor studio surrounded by lakes and mountains and proceeded to develop and produce a range of fine mechanical watches for which Austria was once so famous back in the 19th century.


Habring² produce a range of technically inventive mechanical watches such as tourbillons, the previously world exclusive and now much copied jumping second and a range of chronographs, which all share a classic, timeless design and are characterised by reliability and suitability for everyday wear.


Richard Habring, who’s career started as a watchmaker under his mentor Günter Blümlein at IWC played a major role in the development of the double chronograph and is now, with his wife Maria reconnecting with the great Austrian history of watchmaking by producing their own range of excellent mechanical wristwatches.