Baume & Mercier Clifton BAUMATIC

Reference #: 10467

2,990 USD
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Baume & Mercier unveiled its next-generation Clifton Baumatic Caliber BM13 that is COSC-certified and resistant to the magnetic fields of everyday life.

Two options

The Baume & Mercier Clifton Baumatic comes in a stainless steel case with a choice of a satin-finished stainless steel bracelet or a black leather strap. Both versions have an elegant gradient blue dial. The lancet hands, trapezoidal indexes, small Arabic numerals at the end of the indexes, and dotted minute track all add to an overall elegance.

An enlarged date

Other details not to miss are the enlarged date at three o’clock, and a nicely-done crosshair in the center of the dial for the COSC-certified versions.

Caliber BM13

The watches are powered by the Caliber BM13, which is both COSC-certified and resistant to the magnetic fields of everyday life, as well as having an impressive five-day power reserve. The movement is visible through a sapphire caseback

Service every seven years only

The Clifton Baumatic only needs servicing every seven years, compared to the usual three to five years.


The Basics





  • Hours
  • Minutes
  • Date

Special Features

  • Water resistance 50m/5 bar

The Brand

Baume & Mercier

The Baume & Mercier story began in 1830 with the founding of a family business. Brothers Louis-Victor and Célestin Baume opened a comptoir horloger (watch dealership) in Les Bois, a village in the Swiss Jura under the name of Frères Baume. In 1918, company director William Baume partnered with Paul Mercier to form Baume & Mercier in Geneva. In 1988 Baume & Mercier joined the Compagnie Financière Richemont S.A.