The 1972 Chrono Alarm is the ultimate pilot watch with a 12-hour chronograph,
alarm, sapphire crystal, and tachymeter.
In 1972, the oceans and space had already been conquered and were no longer novelties. It was a time for breaking records on earth.
Cars and motorcycles were getting faster, and supersonic flights were more accessible; the Concorde generation was born.
In the 70s, watches became super-watches, with intense emphasis on their engineering. It was a time when engineers became designers,
as they created watches born for measurement with craftsmanship and precision. – DH
The large, high-contrast dial and minimalist design of the Dan Henry 1972 Chrono Alarm are the keys to the high readability of its complex features and eight hands.
The movement features an array of complications: an alarm, and chronograph that can measure up to 12-hours, and intervals of 1/10 second measurements.
Engraved on the back is the profile of the Ducati 750 Imola Desmo motorcycle – a tribute to a racing machine that defined speed with elegance in the 1970s.
The 41mm stainless steel case of the 1972 in available in your choice of matte or black PVD. With its sapphire crystal, the 1972 Chrono Alarm is the ultimate tool watch.