Traditional Swiss values such as quality, functionality, design and reliability characterize the diverse collection of the manufacturer based in Le Locle. Mido combines these with an attractive pricing policy. All the models are powered by top mechanical calibers. The portfolio ranges from sporty and elegant to classic and complicated, suiting both women and men.
The Mido Ocean Star collection is literally washed with all the waters. As officially-certified diving watches, all the models offer water resistance of at least 200 meters, a unidirectional rotating safety bezel for the setting of diving time, intensely-luminescent dials, as well as durable and well-fitting straps. The Mido Ocean Star GMT and the Mido Ocean Star 200 demonstrate that diving watches can also be combined with complications, such as the display of the week day and date or a second time zone. The Mido Ocean Star 200C models, with maritime wave decorations on the dials, are in high demand as well.
The Mido Baroncelli collection is all about the Swiss understatement. The flat three-hand watches, with date display, for women and men, are powered by top calibers with official chronometer certificates from the Swiss COSC and offer a power reserve for up to 80 hours. Some of them are equipped with the innovative silicon technology, which guarantee increased magnetic and shock resistance, as well as precision.
The look of Mido Belluna is impressive, very much like its sonorous name. Designed in the classic Mido style, it brings together large-scale, unpretentious dials with high-quality automatic movements for the best readability. The collection is targeted at both women and men, standing for timelessness, which outlasts all fashion trends.
The Mido Commander collection, which was first introduced in 1959, stands as a homage to the silhouette of the Eiffel Tower. The round cases with fine bezel are inspired by the arches of the monument. On the other hand, the rectangular hands and indices on the wide dials, remind of the iron mesh belonging to the Parisian landmark. The watch family includes, among others, the Mido Commander Chronometer. The stainless-steel watch is available in a diversity of dial colors, with leather and metal straps. It ticks precisely to the rhythm of a COSC chronometer-certified automatic movement, displaying the week day and date. The Mido Caliber 80 offers a power reserve of 80 hours, being equipped with a silicon spiral spring. As the name already suggests, the Mido Commander Big Date has a big date display. Tasteful vintage design, with a refined color scheme, brings the Mido Commander Shade to the wrist. The fine look, inspired by the style of the 1950s, is highlighted by filigree Milanaise straps.
The origin of the watch family Mido Multifort goes back to 1937. Some models, such as the Mido Multifort Chronograph and the Mido Multifort Patrimony, reflect the elegant vintage style, reminding of times gone by. Other models, like the Mido Multifort Chronometer and the Mido Multifort Power Reserve, present a resolutely modern look. Their special, distinguishing features are the purist dials with wide vertical stripe decoration. They all have in common the first-class automatic calibers and the expressive appearance, which is completed by the high-quality straps.
First introduced in 2002, the Mido All Dial is inspired by the clean lines of the Roman Colosseum. The expensive, multi-level dial represents one of its distinctive features, giving it an architectural feel. Further highlights include the slim bezel and integrated metal bracelet. Inside, beats a COSC chronometer-certified automatic movement, with a power reserve of 80 hours.
The Mido Rainflower has an attractive appearance, corresponding to its melodious name. The mechanical watch for women stands as a prime example of subtle feminine details, offering graceful beauty for the wrist of the modern woman, who likes to create her own style. Distinguishing features include the shapely, round cases and the playful dials with floral motif.