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LIP Montres France has now introduced the highly successful Mythic line with a fully mechanical automatic "Automythic". Designed by the original designer, Prisca Briquet, the Auto-Mythic now features an self-winding movement by Miyota and you can see the mechanics and rotor through the sapphire crystal caseback. You never need batteries and the watch is powered and stores power from the motion of being worn on the wrist.
Bracelet: Black leather - length 221.5 mm
Case: Brushed stainless steel - 35mm x 35mm
Water Resistance: 5ATM
Dial: Black / Red
Movement: Automatic mvt Miyota 6T51
Three separate discs for hours, minutes, and seconds spin exposed on
the dial lining up in the viewing loop located at the bottom of the dial.
The latest interpretation with new display and massively
integrated steel bracelet. From a
collaboration separated by four decades with the 1970's case &
bracelet design by Roger Tallon, the jump hour display of Prince
de Baschmakoff blended together into an entirely new concept by designer
Prisca Briquet for the innovative French brand LIP.
INFAMOUS limited-edition Lip Mach 2000 Chronographs that
Roger Tallon designed for the French company Lip debuted in 1973, it
was an instant hit and became one of the company's most popular
timepieces ever. So it's entirely fitting that this year, as Lip
launches in the United States for the first time in the brand's 142
year history, the iconic Mach 2000 is returning to the lineup -- and
the master isn't missing a tick. Thirty-five years after the Lip
Darkmaster watch was first introduced, the futuristic, forward-thinking
watch looks anything but vintage. In fact, it looks as if it could have
been designed just yesterday. And that's exactly what Tallon (the
creative mastermind behind the high-speed French TGV trains) intended
for it when back in the 1970s, they enlisted him as well as various
other prominent designers, architects, and interior decorators to work
for them. Their job? To collaborate on several cutting-edge,
distinctive Lip wristwatch collections that would set LIP apart from
its competition. Not only did they succeed, their signature watches
became cult favorites and revolutionized the watch company.
Fast-forward three decades. Under the watchful eye of Lip's new design
director Prisca Briquet, these 1970s groundbreaking vintage pieces
(including those in Tallon's Mach 2000 series and Revival Seventies
collection) are now being reissued, along with several other classic
styles that have received updates.
A culmination of over 40 years of design expertise and the
perfect blend of past and present, Montres LIP are ahead of their time, both then and now.
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