The DB28 Maxichrono Titane owes its dial architecture, built around give central hands, to a deliberate desire to improve on the aesthetic and functional readability of traditional chronographs, which is often impaired by the presence of small counters. The curves of the distinctively profiled hands closely follow the rounded contours of the silver-toned dial. Stemming from an unusual combination between the round shapes of the case and the fine, flexible lines of the lugs, together with the association of materials such as hand-polished titanium on the case and lugs, along with polished and blued steel, this compendium of innovations and patents subtly mingles classicism andRead More →