Technical specifications

Reference
C038.462.16.037.00
Warranty
2-year warranty
Color
Silver
Type
Automatic
Model
A05.H31
Features
Silicon
Material
Quick-release system
Leather
Buckle material
316L stainless steel
Reference
C038.462.16.037.00
Warranty
2-year warranty
Case material
316L stainless steel
Bezel material
316L stainless steel
Glass
Antireflection treatment on one side
Sapphire crystal
Water resistance
Up to a pressure of 10 bar (100 m)
Diameter
42.00mm
Height
13.90mm
Between lugs
21.00mm
Color
Silver
Type
Automatic
Model
A05.H31
Features
Silicon
Material
Quick-release system
Leather
Buckle material
316L stainless steel
A unique timepiece that reflects more than 130 years of watchmaking expertise. This elegant chronograph is a direct descendant of a historic Certina model. It combines distinctly classic features with delicate watchmaking precision and a truly timeless style. An especially high-quality automatic calibre with an incredibly innovative silicon balance spring is at the heart of the timepiece's inner workings.
stunning views

Stunning views

The domed watch crystal - also known as box glass - allows the watch to be visible from any angle. In contrast to its historical predecessors, in this timepiece it is made of modern sapphire crystal, which provides the refined watch face with state-of-the-art scratch-resistant protection.

Case back

A sign of the times

The historic Certina logo with the double C, which also features on the crown, adorns the back of this watch, subtly emphasising its vintage look.

Hands

Curved hands

A sign of quality in classic timepieces: The gently curved hands that match the curve of the dial. Seen from above, this fine detail is almost invisible. But it has a vital task - it ensures that the hands perform their task, gliding over the curved dial incredibly evenly and accurately.

Balance spring

A dial with a difference

The domed dial is one of the hallmarks of a classic wristwatch. The curved design was once intended to enclose the large movements used in decades gone by - now, it is a sign of traditional watchmaking. After all, the extremely thin sections must be handled with absolute care. This is the only way to ensure that they provide a flawless canvas on which the displays can rest.

Telemeter

The telemeter

This scale can be used to calculate distances using the speed of sound. For instance, it can be used to determine how far away a storm is. All the wearer needs to do is activate the second hand when they see the lightning and stop it again once they hear thunder. Originally, it was primarily military watches that featured this functional display.