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Emile Chouriet - New Ice Cliff

Emile Chouriet New Ice Cliff

The Ice Cliff collection is hosting two new versions, including a brand new green dial.

The Ice Cliff collection, which was launched in 2016, takes its inspiration from the mountains ad nature. It's the dream of every climber to conquer the towering peaks of the mountains. We constantly challenge the limits and penetrate deep into the earth with the respect of nature and the curiosity of the unknown. Color,the epitome of the world in our eyes, is a force that awakens the sleeping creativity.

For centuries, explorers challenging the most dangerous jokuls unexceptionally want to appreciate the secrets of nature and acquire the inner freedom. Through climbing the peak, they find the purest blue sky. Among the snowy forest, the green of life stands proudly. The fortitude of the case, a symbol of strength and courage, inherits the features of Ice Cliff collection.

New Ice Cliff

Ice Cliff © Emile Chouriet

The 2018 Ice Cliff models come with a blue or green dial. This last color appears for the first time in this collection, after a brown model, introduced last year.

The craggy patterns on the chapter ring and the 3D effect on the dial reappears the sharp edges of rocks and mountains, expressing the masculinity of the watch and echoing the explorer’s fearlessness, courage which are incisive and contagious. With the combination of different colors presenting a fearless exploring spirit, New Ice Cliff watches of Challenger Deep Collection pay tribute to the brave.

The Ice Cliff is fitted with a stainless steel bracelet or a lightweight and strong synthetic polyurethane fabric in blue or black 

New Ice Cliff

© Emile Chouriet

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The firm is committed to maintaining and passing on the values of Emile Chouriet – an integral part of its DNA. Elegance has always been associated with the heritage of the Geneva watchmaker’s knowhow.

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