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The mono-pusher is located above the crown on the watch. The "Centro" part of the watch is actually more interesting. Rather than a traditional chronograph dial layout with subdials, the watch uses two centrally placed chronograph hands. One (the thinner of the two) is used for the seconds, while the larger, arrow tipped hand is use for the chronograph minutes. This chrono measures up to 60 minutes. The subsidiary dial on the face is for the seconds for the main time.
In PVD black titanium, the case is 44mm wide with a rubber strap. The dial is interesting for its use of cotes de Geneve style stripes in the center, and an otherwise multi-layer dial. The hour and minutes hands are in polished steel, but with applied black luminant in the center of the hands. Inside the watch there is a Corum CO961 movement that has been COSC Chronometer certified. Limited to just 555 pieces the Admiral's Cup Chronograph 44 Mono-Pusher Centro is certainly a model with niche appeal. Those wanting a red, versus orange trim, and the mono-pusher complication will prefer this model over the non-limited Centro watch from this year as well.
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