Sporting Prowess

The Clifton Collection, one of Baume & Mercier's watchmaking lines, is expanding this year with a new series of timepieces, the Clifton Club, which fulfils the needs of urban, active, elegant men – accomplished aesthetes, today’s “gentlesportsmen”. Attractive and modern, the Clifton Club was designed for men who are true of their time, for all occasions, professional and sporting

The Clifton Club all-black version

The Clifton Club is as attractive and multi-talented as those men who, whether in the sports hall or an important meeting, grasp everything life has to offer without counting their time. Designed for adventure, resolutely contemporary, refined and athletic, the Clifton Club elegantly revives sporting values while upholding traditional watchmaking principles. It is a contemporary, accurate, high-performance, sturdy timepiece, made to exacting standards. 

The eminently athletic Clifton Club boasts a distinctive design that offers elegance, sporting prowess, functionality and comfort on the wrist. Hewn in very high-quality stainless steel (316L), the case has a round opening and a well-balanced diameter of 42 mm, to suit all wrist sizes. With a thickness of 10.3 mm, the watch can be slipped discreetly under a shirt cuff or worn conveniently while practicing a sport.

Continuing the line of traditional shapes in the Clifton collection, which draws its aesthetic inspiration from the great watches of history, the horn-to-horn bevel that runs around the case echoes the elegant curves of the watch, a classic Clifton signature detail. In the same vein, the integrated crown cover fits perfectly with the sporty, refined shape of this timepiece. The color schemes (black, white, blue) make the Clifton Club a fully polyvalent watch. It can be worn at the weekend and during the week, at the office and on a bike, on work trips and during the morning jog. Water-resistant to 100 meters, designed to be ideally suited to water sports and boating, the Clifton Club is the watch you’ll never want to take off.


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