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BLEEN: Edox - Timing For Champions

'Timing For Champions' is the motto for EDOX, who is the official timekeeper for the FIA World Rally Championships. With it's rally inspired sporty style the Limited Edition X-Treme Pilot III features a black carbon dial, chronograph movement that is, shock-resistant and extremely reliable. The over-sized push-piece captures attention with its electric green anodised aluminium colour. 
Designed with WRC drivers in mind, the casing for this timepiece is made from ultra-light titanium, embossed with a wheel rim on the back, while the rubber strap takes it's style inspiration from rally car tire treads.
With a production run limited to 1,000 pieces the X-Treme Pilot III has a MSRP of 1,890 Euro (approx. $2,500 CAD)

Technical Specifications:
Functions: hours, minutes, seconds, date display, chronograph functions
Calibre: Edox 103, based on Ronda 5021.D
Diameter: 45 mm
Finishings: 316L stainless steel, black PVD coating on selected pieces, limited numbering of the watch engraved on a plate affixed to the case flank
Water resistance: 100 meters / 10 ATM / 330 feet
Dial: black carbon, green and white markings and indices
Glass: scratch-resistant sapphire with anti-reflective treatment
Strap: genuine black rubber (with WRC prints) with stainless steel clasp, embossed Edox logo

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