Introducing The Swatch Sistem51 Petite Seconde
Launching in dark or blue and with an uncommon dial format, this is the Swatch Sistem51 Petite Seconde. Addressing the main articulation of the Sistem51 stage with a little seconds show, the Sistem51 Petite Seconde marks a reformist development of the progressive development configuration dispatched by Swatch at Baselworld in 2013 . Like its more seasoned focal seconds kin, the Sistem51 Petite Seconde holds a whimsically completed programmed development which can be valued through the showcase caseback.
Wrapped in a 42mm cleaned steel case with either a blue dial (SY23S403) or dark dial (SY23S400), the Sistem51 Petite Seconde couldn’t be more direct. It’s a Sistem51 with little seconds. What is of note is that the incorporation of another format would recommend proceeded with advancement towards extra complication inside the extent of the Sistem51 stage. For those unaware of what’s going on, the Sistem51 is a programmed development with 90 hours of force hold that is created totally by machines.
While adding a little seconds show doesn’t actually foretell something like a chronograph or a GMT work (nor a Sistem51 minute repeater), it addresses there being some adaptability in the construction of the development and a proceeded with purpose from Swatch to keep the Sistem51 a solid piece of their line up. From $215, with a tame and pleasantly nitty gritty plan that moves between being a touch more dressy with the blue form and somewhat more energetic with the dark rendition and its red accents, the Sistem51 Petite Seconde offers a more downplayed format and look while extending the Sistem51 lineup.
Model: Sistem51 Petite Seconde
Reference Number: SY23S403 (blue), SY23S400 (black)
Case Material: Steel
Dial Color: Black or blue
Water Resistance: 30 meters
Strap/Bracelet: Black or blue cowhide lash (to coordinate dial)
Functions: Hours, minutes, little seconds, date
Power Reserve: 90 hours
Frequency: 21,600 vph
Estimating & Availability
Availability: Available online now.
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