Even though modern technology, tastes and expectations have changed the face of watchmaking forever, many of the core values remain, and Certina is still just as passionate about the art of timekeeping as it was over a century ago.With roots dating back to 1888, the Swiss sport watch brand has good reason to be attached to its history.
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Today vintage elements combine with a Powermatic 80 movement, and a special edition honours its famous predecessor.
Sport watches by tradition Certina can look back on 125 years of tradition.
A modern interpretation of a classic: This new edition of the popular DS Podium Chronograph features a Precidrive™ quartz movement, tenths of a second in real time, and an impressive 41 mm case, for even greater precision and sporting elegance. This highly robust timepiece houses the high quality and ultraprecise Precidrive™ calibre, and is also water resistant to a pressure of 30 bar (300m/1000ft).
The female face of contemporary timekeeping: the DS-8 is the first ladies’ watch with the innovative Powermatic 80 automatic movement with a power reserve up to 80 hours.
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