Certina DS Podium Big Size: With WRC soul

Celebrating a new year of strategic alliances and supporting the WRC, Certina presented its DS Podium Big Size Chronograph model. With a quartz movement and an imposing double security system (DS), it adapts seamlessly to demanding environments. 

Equipped with a sapphire crystal and a black rubber strap with the embossed logo, the new DS Podium Big Size stands out thanks to a wide bezel with oversized indexes, which allow easy reading in all kinds of conditions.

These sporting attributes are optimized thanks to the avant-garde Precidrive ™ movement, which achieves true chronometric precision, with a variation of only +/- 10 seconds per year, making this model, a piece between 8 and 10 times more precise than one. quartz, and achieving this degree of precision thanks to various innovative features, such as thermo compensation.

At the same time, it has a black box, made of 316L stainless steel with PVD treatment, measuring 44 millimeters and is hermetic up to a pressure of 200 meters.

The Certina DS Podium Big Size is also characterized by including anti-reflection treatment, facilitating reading in any circumstance.

Inspired by the needs of pilots in demanding environments, the bezel features large, visible figures as well as Superluminova markings that facilitate readability in low-light conditions.

Intended as a key piece for performance at high levels of competition, this model displays instantly visible timing information to aid drivers in quick decision-making.

In the same way, the hour and minute indicator hands and the tip of the central second hand have an additional Superluminova appliqué; It also has a window at six where you can easily view the date.

All these characteristics make the DS Podium Big Size a precise and reliable watch, reaffirming the innovation and dynamism that characterize the brand.


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