Torpedo Pirata Chrono Day Date

Cuervo y Sobrinos looks to its Cuban origins and brings a Caribbean flavour to Swiss watchmaking. The new Torpedo Pirata Chrono Day Date offers a wealth of details, inspired by the buccaneers who once plundered ships along the Cuban coast. The lugs reproduce the bow of a pirate vessel, a design repeated in the buckle on the strap, while the crown has the shape of a globe. Visible through the sapphire crystal back, the automatic chronograph calibre with day/date calendar sits inside an ingenious case whose modular construction lends itself to all kinds of creativity, such as the use of steel; an innovation compared with previous Torpedo Pirata watches which are sculpted from bronze, a favourite metal of the great buccaneers of the seventeenth century.


Mechanical automatic, CYS 3061 calibre on a Valjoux 7750 base, 25 jewels, 48-hour power reserve.


Hours, minutes, seconds, chronograph, day, date.


Stainless steel and titanium, modular construction, engraved with the words “Pirata de el Tiempo de la vida”, 45 mm. Sapphire crystal, glareproofed on both sides. Sapphire back. Water-resistant to 30 metres (3 bar / 100 ft).


Velvet black, luminescent hands and markers. Hours counter at 6 o’clock, minutes counter at 12 o’clock, small seconds at 9 o’clock, day/date windows at 3 o’clock.


Louisiana alligator with steel buckle.


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