technique

SWISS KnoW-HoW FoR A WoRLD FIRST

De Havilland watches are veritable concentrations of innovations, featuring a host of characteristics and functions never before brought together in a watch. This world first promotes Swiss know-how, and in particular the potential of the industrial fabric and the micro-technical culture of the country that makes the biggest number of watches in the world.

The hard-wearing push buttons, without springs, which select, engage and trigger the watch's functions without a mechanical link through the watertight case, are magnetic. The rotating bezel, which commands all the settings and data of the watch and the display, in both directions, is magnetic. The bolt on the strap's deploying clasp, with optimal amplitude of settings and micrometric settings, is also magnetic.