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G챕nie 03 is fitted with a patented ?instant speed? scientific measurement mechanism, with a proprietary extrusion system that creates a unique look. When extended to indicate the speed, it stands 6 mm proud of the watch itself. Within the Titanium G5 extrusion mechanism, comprised of 45 components, are hemispherical special alloy Robinson cups, in the manner of an anemometer. The classic device for measuring wind speed, it has been adapted in G챕nie 03 to display speeds of 5 to 65 knots.
The titanium-cased version features a deep blue-hued translucent sapphire time dial and a sweep seconds hand. The movement?s rear aspect can be observed through the crystal case back. Highlighting a micro rotor engraved with the Breva compass rose. G챕nie 03 is water resistant to 30 meters at all times, with the anemometer open or closed, and dust resistant even with the anemometer active. Naturally, G챕nie 03 performs the regular watch function of telling the time, with hours, minutes and seconds, as well as indication of power reserve. Winding is automatic, the power reserve is 70 hours.
G챕nie 03 Anemometer Limited Edition is fitted with a white natural rubber strap ? it is comfortably and reliably secured with a titanium pin buckle.
The black titanium case of the G챕nie 02 Air offers a subtle but stunning backdrop to the high-legibility hands and markers, ensuring that essential information, i.e. time and altitude, is easily visible at a glance.
The superbly finished proprietary movement, much of which can be fully appreciated through the open dial and display back, was developed exclusively for Breva by award-winning movement constructor Jean-Fran챌ois Mojon (Chronode). The G챕nie 02 Air is 100% Swiss-made, from inception to realization.
The dial side of the timepiece is dominated by a sub-dial at 8 o'clock displaying hours and minutes, and the precision altimeter sub-dial at 2 o'clock displaying feet (or meters). Arcing around the top of the dial is the large-scale altitude indicator, which displays up to 16,400 feet (or 5,000 meters), with small seconds below. At 4 o'clock, an indicator is revealed when the air valve is open or closed (it must be open to indicate the altitude). Below is the 65-hour power reserve indicator.