Faldo Series 1 Watch - NF1
In the context of the "Faldo Series"– a successful non-profit organization, which promotes talented young golfers around the world, Sir Nick Faldo and Jaermann & Stübi – The Timepiece of Golf – have created a further exclusive highlight. A watch whose case was forged from the golf clubs used by Nick Faldo to win the 1997 Los Angeles Open, his last tournament as a professional golfer. Each watch case of the limited edition of 72 timepieces can be ascribed to one of the irons used by Nick, which makes the remarkable watch all the more unique. The clock is equipped with the golf counter complication developed and patented by Jaermann & Stübi and a state-of-the-art automatic movement. It offers a one-of-a-kind, exclusive function: It counts the strokes per hole, adds the total strokes per game and compares scores with the golfer's handicap. The watch also comes with a shock absorber and, like the golf counter, is fully mechanical. The young Swiss watch brand is characterized by its sporty elegant design, its flawless functioning and the exacting technical expertise combined with tradition and exclusiveness.
Case: Stainless steel with brushed and polished finish built-in shock absorber for movement and complication, back with 8 screws and engravings, scratch-resistant sapphire glass, rotating bezel with ceramic ball bearings for handicap comparison.
Strap: Rubber or leather with contrasting stitching, inner band with moisture-absorbing leather.
Movement: Automatic, mechanical, Caliber A10-2, 25 jewels, Incablock, 4 Hz/28,800 alternations/hour, 42-hour power reserve, blue screws, engraved with Jaermann & Stübi griffin, chronometer class.
Complication: Patented mechanical golf counter JS02/JS03/JS04, 3 different counter works (one retrograde – not all models), ceramic ball bearing, 4 jewels.
Functions: Hours, minutes, large seconds, strokes per hole, total score, holes played, handicap comparison.
Water Resistance: 100m