THE DIAL

The grey metallic sandwich dial features recessed pink hour indices with Super-LumiNova lume color. The hour indices, as well as the sub dials, are surrounded by a black frame, elegantly connected to the minute scale.

The sub dials are recessed and tone on tone, with a circular texture. The 3H sub dial features three colored segments, representing the three leader's jerseys in the Giro; the pink overall leader's jersey, the blue king of the mountains jersey, and the purple sprinter's jersey.

At 3 o'clock you find a 15 minute counter, a 12 hour counter at 6 o'clock and a small second at 9 o'clock. The main second hand will start once you press the chronograph pusher.

Like all of the Grand Tour watches, the dial has an upside down number 13, in this case on the 15 minute sub dial. This is a reference to the long time tradition that the rider with start number 13 turns the start number upside down, to prevent any bad luck. A tradition many riders still today follows.

 

Lawrence Naesen, AG2R Citroën, wearing the La Corsa Rosa III during La Flèche Wallonne

THE CASE

On the La Corsa Rosa III our Grand Tour case has received a matte sandblasted black ceramic coating. This gives the elegant case, with a classic dimension of 38,2 mm diameter, a sportier and more modern look.

On the case back you will find a recessed "finish line" checker pattern, a classic racing reference, as well as an individual serial number.

The two pushers are easy to operate and the crown features our signature design with a recessed surface.


THE MOVEMENT

Inside La Corsa Rosa you'll find a Swiss made Sellita SW511 movement, with rhodium plating and decoration. The beautiful movement, which can be seen through the sapphire case back, also features blue screws and a custom rotor with a deep etched "finish line" pattern.

The 27 jewel movement impresses with a power reserve of up to 62 hours.

 


HAND BUILT IN SWEDEN

Each Grand Tour watch is hand built in Båstad, in the southern parts of Sweden. Here we have a small workshop where our watchmaker does all the assembly, testing and, if needed, regulation of the accuracy of the movements.

The assembly and testing process takes about two weeks, and after a final visual inspection the watch is sent to the customer.

Wrist size: 16 cm/6,3"

THE DIAL

The grey metallic sandwich dial features recessed pink hour indices with Super-LumiNova lume color. The hour indices, as well as the sub dials, are surrounded by a black frame, elegantly connected to the minute scale.

The sub dials are recessed and tone on tone, with a circular texture. The 3H sub dial features three colored segments, representing the three leader's jerseys in the Giro; the pink overall leader's jersey, the blue king of the mountains jersey, and the purple sprinter's jersey.

At 3 o'clock you find a 15 minute counter, a 12 hour counter at 6 o'clock and a small second at 9 o'clock. The main second hand will start once you press the chronograph pusher.

Like all of the Grand Tour watches, the dial has an upside down number 13, in this case on the 15 minute sub dial. This is a reference to the long time tradition that the rider with start number 13 turns the start number upside down, to prevent any bad luck. A tradition many riders still today honors.

Lawrence Naesen, AG2R Citroën, wearing the La Corsa Rosa III during La Flèche Wallonne

THE CASE

On the La Corsa Rosa III our Grand Tour case has received a matte sandblasted black ceramic coating. This gives the elegant case, with a classic dimension of 38,2 mm diameter, a sportier and more modern look.

On the case back you will find a recessed "finish line" checker pattern, a classic racing reference, as well as an individual serial number.

The two pushers are easy to operate and the crown features our signature design with a recessed surface.

THE MOVEMENT

Inside La Corsa Rosa you'll find a Swiss made Sellita SW511 movement, with rhodium plating and decoration. The beautiful movement, which can be seen through the sapphire case back, also features blue screws and a custom rotor with a deep etched "finish line" pattern.

The 27 jewel movement impresses with a power reserve of up to 62 hours.

HAND BUILT IN SWEDEN

Each Grand Tour watch is hand built in Båstad, in the southern parts of Sweden. Here we have a small workshop where our watchmaker does all the assembly, testing and, if needed, regulation of the accuracy of the movements.

The assembly and testing process takes about two weeks, and after a final visual inspection the watch is sent to the customer.

Wrist size: 16 cm/6,3"