Like all MEERSON watches, the Mutiny Chronograph has been designed in the British studio of the House, and is crafted by our artisans in Switzerland. The design of the Mutiny is deceptively simple, effortlessly balancing style and function while also being supremely comfortable.
Our Swiss artisans preparing a bespoke dial for a Mutiny Chronograph.
Each watch is inspected and is tested vigirously by our artisans before being passed on to their owners.
The watch reveals details to the wearer over time - like the characteristic wire-type lugs that are gently tapered and curved, or the details of the engraved pushers. This is where the ‘maestria’ of our artisans comes into play. Their hands and their experience are their best instruments.
To mark the House's connection to couture and its French heritage, exclusive versions of the watch inaugurate the use of materials such as silver and vermeil.
Our movements are created by Concepto manufacture, who deliver a Swiss calibre of traditional heritage and design that has a superb reputation for accuracy and reliability.
The Mutiny Chronograph function particularly lends itself to personalisation, another defining feature of the Mutiny. In the colour of the sub-dials and the dance of the hands are many opportunities to express one’s sense of style.
From a technical perspective, the Swiss precision mechanical movement delivers the heartbeat and playful soul of the watch. For this watch, MEERSON needed a hard-working, robust movement. This is why we selected the Concepto manufacture to deliver the AM-0788 - a Swiss calibre of traditional heritage and design that has a superb reputation for accuracy and reliability.
Our artisans attaching a strap to a personal timepiece, that sports a bespoke engraving on the case back.