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By Chris | November 12 2013
Manufacture DeWitt has introduced its new Classic Quantième watch.
Its case is thinner and lighter than the previous Academia and Twenty-8-Eight collections.
The watch has a self-winding mechanical movement as well as a power reserve of 42 hours.
It also displays the date and the day of the week in its apertures. A piece of goldstone, a glittering glass discovered in Venice in the 17th century, is placed at the 6 o’clock position.
The Classic Quantième’s sunray dial comes in white, black and midnight blue. It is satin-finished with chamfered surfaces. A ‘W’ is engraved on the rose-gold fluted crown of the watch and there is also the manufacture’s “Côtes de Genève” signature.