Vulcain Monopusher

Vulcain watches from the Monopusher collection

A story of two legends: Real Madrid and Vulcain .

In 1934, Vulcain was named official timekeeper of Real Madrid. That year, the team triumphed in the Spanish Cup, a victory highlighted by the performance of the legendary goalkeeper Zamora. To honor this illustrious sporting history, the Vulcain Manufacture of Le Locle is reissuing its iconic Heritage Chronograph from the 1950s.

This new version, called 'Monopusher', with a more compact 39 mm case. It will be available in three versions.

Recognized for its iconic models and mechanical movements, Vulcain occupies a distinctive place in the world of fine watchmaking.

The visual design of the original is retained, with numerals and hour markers reflecting the iconic clock. Below the Vulcain emblem at 12 o'clock, the dial is marked "Chronomètre". Next to the minute track, there is a heart rate monitor scale with the inscription "Graduated in 30 beats" in the original French. The only update is the movement: the watch is now powered by a SELLITA SW 510 manual caliber.

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