Audemars Piguet: Millenary Chronograph








Millenary Chronograph

Since its renewal in 2006, the Millenary collection has been regularly enriched with new timepieces: a complete range of self-winding watches; several prestigious editions such as the Millenary MC12 Tourbillon and Chronograph or the Cabinet No. 5 in the Tradition d’Excellence collection; along with the Millenary with deadbeat seconds. However, a chronograph was definitely lacking in this range – a gap that has now been filled with this new model that is writing a fresh chapter in the fascinating story of the Millenary.

• A new complex mechanism within the
Millenary collection: the chronograph

• A two-zone design, the signature feature
of the Millenary collection

• Applied pink gold Roman numerals

• Sky blue tachometric scale on a chestnut brown background

• Pink gold oval case: the refinement of satin-brushed and polished finishes

Technical specifications

Millenary Chronograph




Self-winding Calibre 2385
Power reserve:
up to 40 hours
Cadence of the balance: 21,600 vibrations per hour
Finishing: all parts
decorated by hand

18-carat pink gold
Dimensions: 47 x 42 mm
Water-resistance: 20 m
Medallion caseback with Millenary logo

Two-zone dial
Off-centred hour disc with pink gold applied Roman numerals
Sky blue tachometric scale and chronograph central seconds hand
18-carat pink gold hour and minute hands

Hours and minutes
Small seconds
Chronograph with central seconds hand, 30-minute and 12-hour counters



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