Sept. 24, 2013 - Global watch brand, Baume & Mercier, known for its strong heritage of offering classic watches for today's men and women, is raising the bar. After the success of its first limited-edition watch at U.S. Tourneau stores in 2012, the brand is poised to introduce its first limited-edition Capeland Worldtimer this October. This watch features a blue dial and will have the unique capacity to convey 24 time zones.
The Capeland collection continues to be one of Baume & Mercier's most popular; and now this men's collection of sport-chic watches is elevated even further with the introduction of this limited production Worldtimer. This distinguished 44mm, steel watch was not only made with the highest level of craftsmanship, but its rich blue dial separates it from others in its category. "This beautiful, emblematic watch was designed for the sophisticated gentleman looking for a handsome, comfortable watch that also keeps him on time while he travels the globe," stated Rudy Chavez, President, Baume & Mercier North America.The Capeland 10135 is a stainless steel, 44 mm automatic timepiece with a 24 time zone indicator. It features a blue dial, arabic nurmerals, "Breguet"-type hands with a sapphire crystal case back. The case back also indicates "Limited Edition 1 out of 100" engraving. Its case is a polished and satin-finished steel with an anti-glare face. It is finished with a premium quality black alligator strap with a pin buckle.