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Originally introduced in 1976, the Casquette looked like something straight out of the future and now the watch is back in a revamped version called the Casquette 2.0. The watch features a ceramic case with a grade 5 titanium caseback and sleek ceramic bracelet in a matching black finish. Just like the original Casquette, time is displayed via a red tubular LED. Powering the watch is an in-house quartz that displays the time, day, date, month, year, chronograph, second time zone, and a secret date. 


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