During the last Fashion Week in Paris, the watchmaking brand Chanel has introduced its latest newcomer to the long line of J12 models: the Chanel J12- 365.
A sentimental watch for every moment of a woman’s life…
A highly anticipated new version
The French luxury brand will introduce a new interpretation of the famous J12 during the next edition of BaselWorld 2014.
At first glance, the J12-365 differs only slightly from the previous versions of the prestigious Chanel ceramic watch. Looking in more detail, we can notice that Chanel has made a number of innovative changes on this timepiece, giving it definitely a more refined and feminine look.
The exclusive new beige gold alloy
J12-365 keeps its circled high-tech ceramic form and has the essential characteristics of the original J12. The ceramic case is accentuated by steel or gold beige. The beige gold has been obtained by the development of a new shade of 18K gold alloy. Another notable change on the watch J12-365 is its size: it has a diameter of 36.5 mm for a diameter of 38mm on the previous versions.
A very subtle detail that enhances the elegant appearance and makes it more feminine compared to previous models.
A timepiece in eight variations
This latest model features a self-winding with a mechanical movement and a power reserve of 42 hours. The dial is very readable with subsidiary seconds and date both located at 6 o’clock.
The J12-365 watch will be officially presented at BaselWorld with a launch on June 2nd, 2014. It will be split into eight variations: white ceramic with steel or gold beige, with or without a diamond setting, but also black ceramic with steel or beige gold also available with or without a diamond setting.
Prices will vary between the standard version in steel at a price of € 4,500 €, the version in gold beige at € 8,150 and the in full diamonds at € 15,000.
Ladies, let’s make your choice!
The new J12-365-beige gold version with an alloy specially developed by CHANEL
J12-365 version with flange set with diamonds
The version of the J12-365 diamonds and black case
Visual presentation of the press and the series J1-365 Experiment