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Yonger & Bresson Men's YBH 8342-11 Chenonceau Automatic Black Leather Date Watch

Estimated price for orientation: 1 800 $

Category: Yonger amp Bresson Mens Watch Ch

Condition: New with tags: A brand-new, unused, and unworn item (including handmade items) in the original packaging (such as the original box or bag) and/or with the original tags attached. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab ... Read moreabout the condition Brand: Yonger & Bresson
Movement: Automatic-Self-Wind MPN: YBH 8342-11
Band Material: Black Calfskin Gender: Mens
Clasp: Deployment Buckle Dial Color: Black
Band Width: 21 Case Material: Stainless-Steel
Crystal: Mineral Case Dimensions: 44 mm x 13 mm
Water Resistance: 50 Meters(165 feet) Bezel Material: Stainless Steel
LACOSTE: Yonger & Bresson Bezel Function: Stationary
UPC: 3453930019203 Calendar: Date

This Yonger and Bresson Chenonceau men's timepiece impresses all with its elegant and fashionable design. The stainless steel case smoothly compliments the black dial which features a 360° open date disc, sub-seconds, Bi-directional winding system and luminous hands. Automatic Self-wind movement with 40 hours power reserve and 31 jewels, mineral crystal window, and 50 meters water resistance, are just a few of the details that make this watch so impressive. Its black calfskin band secures with a deployment buckle. Combining updated modern style with a luxurious and attractive look, this timepiece is sure to be a winner.
1750…. The watch-making industry emerges in the small town of Morteau, main city of Doubs county in the Franche-Comte region. Complimentary activity practiced in winter by farm workers, intensifies significantly at the end of the nineteen century: structured workshops start appearing, the watchmaker is replaced by the workshop worker and in no time this industry becomes the key to the region is one of the most active French centre in the watch-making industry. Today, this know-how developed and transmitted from generation to generation is perpetuated in the workshops of the Yonger and Bresson factory. Its president, Pascal Bole, has gone beyond the dreams of his ancestor, Jean Bole who, in 1832, founded a school of watch-making in Morteau.   Yonger & Bresson is in the watch-making industry since 1975. The reliability and performance of its automatic watches has established its reputation. The group Ambre, owner of the brand, has decided to add a new dimension to it by creating an in-house movement. The ambition of Yonger & Bresson was to propose a good quality automatic watch at an affordable price. It has taken Jean Paul Boillot, production manager, two years of research to develop this self-winding movement called “Ambre” that offers a new collection made up of 6 lines.