Nice review of the Digiteur MSA, Chronoswiss’ “digital” watch.
Chronoswiss’s new Digiteur MSA was introduced at Baselworld 2005. MSA stands for “montre sans aiguilles” (watch without hands) and this watch is, indeed, a watch without hands. A mechanical digital watch, in other words.
The hour is displayed in a beveled square window at the top of the face. Beneath that is a semicircular window that displays the minutes, and below that the seconds count off in a third window.
It takes a bit of getting used to, but once you do, it’s a very easy-to-read display. The three windows set into the plain silver face make for an elegant and sophisticated wristwatch that is still functional.
Chronoswiss Digiteur [Stylophiles Online]
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