O.K. everyone, here's something you may have never seen done on a watch. Breva's Genie 03 Speedomoeter
is the first watch to have a speedometer. It's patented "instant speed" mechanism actually measures speed
much like an anemometer does, using the wind to tell how fast you are going. So if is worn on the wrist of a
cyclist, motorcyclist, automobilist, or speedboat operato, they can tell how fast they are going.
A few specifications include a 47 mm titanium G5 case, with titanium G5 "instant speed" anemometer
mechanism, AR coated sapphire crystals, 30 meter water resistance, white gold markers on the dial,
printed speed indices on a lacquered field on the speedometer, with external speed scale bezel, Breva
34 jewel in-house caliber BRE03.001 movement with 60 hr. power reserve, rubber strap, and more guys.
Some pictures of the Genie 03 Speedometer for you...
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