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MIH wants to preserve horological history with their Gaïa watch

Proceeds from the watch will help the restoration efforts of two 19th century clocks.
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MIH Gaïa

Fourteen years after the release of their first watch, MIH returns with a new modern and minimalist timepiece called the Gaïa. The 39mm stainless steel watch features a simple yet untraditional dial that indicates time using two discs. One disc shows the passing hours in a window at 12 o'clock and the minutes on a central disc. Inside of the watch is a Sellita SW400-1, which has a 38-hour power reserve and is based on one of the watch industry's favorite workhorses the Valjoux 7750.

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