Mido Baroncelli Chronograph Moonphase

Mido Baroncelli Chronograph Moonphase

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Mido presents a superb timepiece with a stunning look in every detail. The new Baroncelli Chronograph Moonphase is a modern embodiment of its excellent expertise. Its magnificent complications – chronograph, moonphase and calendar – cast a spell with their electrifying shades of blue. A textured navy-blue rubber strap adds an ultimate contemporary touch.

Mido Baroncelli Chronograph Moonphase
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Tick-tock… introducing the splendid Baroncelli Chronograph Moonphase: the latest timekeeping treasure designed by Mido to captivate watchmaking enthusiasts. This ultra-refined timepiece – driven by a search for excellence – pushes the boundaries of elegance. With a chronograph, moonphase and calendar, its display offers an array of information, both poetic and practical, on a blue-toned dial with understated finishes.A textured navy-blue rubber strap proves that its timeless charm is still on trend, and can be reinvented again and again. This timepiece is powered by an automatic mechanical movement made reliable and accurate by a generous power reserve and a Nivachron™ balance-spring. A true ode to fine watchmaking that draws on a long history of expertise, the Baroncelli Chronograph Moonphase nonetheless stays one step ahead of style on the wrists of the fashion-forward.

Mido Baroncelli Chronograph Moonphase

A breath of fresh air in fine watchmaking

The dazzling blue sunray satin finish dial of the Baroncelli Chronograph Moonphase lends a face to the intricate mechanism of this timekeeping wonder. The date – indicated on the flange by a central hand ending in a varnished blue crescent – is displayed against this navy backdrop, along with the day and month in a window on a counter with turquoise accents. The calendar is completed by a moonphase display at 6 o’clock, where a moon and golden stars traverse a deep azure sky. This exceptional timepiece also includes a chronograph complication. The time is measured by a central seconds hand, a 30-minute counter and a 12-hour counter. A third counter completes the display with a small seconds and the hours in a 24-hour format. For added elegance and contrast, all of the display elements stand out in silver: the edges of the counters, the markings, the faceted indexes and the diamond-polished and sand-blasted hands. A sapphire crystal, treated with an anti-reflective coating on both faces, ensures perfect readability.

Mido Baroncelli Chronograph Moonphase

A mechanical marvel

This new Baroncelli is housed in a gleaming 42 mm-diameter polished steel case that is water-resistant up to a pressure of 3 bar (30 m/100 ft). Two polished push-buttons on the flanks are used to operate the chronograph as desired. The transparent sapphire case back reveals the painstakingly decorated components of the Calibre 60. This highly reliable Swiss automatic movement – with a power reserve of up to 60 hours and calendar, moonphase and chronograph complications – is remarkably accurate thanks to its high-tech balance-spring in Nivachron™, an innovative material that helps to reduce the impact of magnetic fields while offering shock-resistance. A contemporary successor to the great Swiss watchmaking tradition, this calibre features refined finishes: blued screws, Côtes de Genève and a logo engraved on the oscillating weight.

Mido Baroncelli Chronograph Moonphase

With the Baroncelli Chronograph Moonphase, a timepiece that combines traditional expertise with fresh contemporary style, Mido is speaking to the hearts of fine watchmaking enthusiasts.


Mido Baroncelli Chronograph Moonphase Technical Specifications

Ref M027.625.17.041.00


  • Mido automatic calibre 60 (ETA A05.221 base),
  • 13 ¼’’’, Ø 30.00 mm, thickness: 7.94 mm,
  • 27 jewels,
  • 28,800 Vib/h, Nivachron™ balance-spring.
  • Finely decorated: Elaboré-grade movement, blued screws, oscillating weight decorated with Côtes de Genève and Mido logo.
  • HMS functions + 60-second chronograph, 30-min and 12-hr counters, 24-hr hand, date with hand display, day, month and moonphase in windows.
  • Adjusted in three different positions for the highest precision. Power reserve of up to 60 hours.


  • Polished stainless steel,
  • Ø 42 mm,
  • 3-part,
  • sapphire crystal treated with anti-reflective coating on both faces,
  • elaborate and finely decorated movement visible through the transparent sapphire case back,
  • engraved serial number,
  • water-resistant up to a pressure of 3 bar (30 m/100 ft).
  • Lug-to-lug length: 50.19 mm.


  • Sunray satin finish, blue in colour and faceted indexes. Small counters with snailed finish.


  • Hour and minute hands with double-faced finish (one face sand-blasted/one face diamond-polished).
  • Central seconds and flat diamond-cut small counter hands.
  • Date with flat diamond-cut hand and blue varnish on its half-moon section.


  • Textured navy-blue rubber strap and polished stainless steel pin buckle.

Swiss watchmaker Georges Schaeren founded Mido in 1918. The name Mido – derived from “yo mido” meaning “I measure” in Spanish – expresses a deep attachment to the measurement of time. Sustained by its founder’s visionary strength, the brand continues to combine watchmaking expertise, innovation, functionality and aesthetics.
Cutting-edge technology, movements renowned for their precision, materials of superior quality, and original yet timeless designs are the pillars of Mido’s unique know-how. The brand draws on its expertise to proudly showcase mechanical and aesthetic features that meet the highest standards of Swiss watchmaking and to make high-end quality affordable. Mido’s watches are fitted with the latest-generation automatic movements, with impressive power reserves and excellent resistance to magnetism. All chronometer models house calibres subjected to rigorous testing by the Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres (Official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute) and are therefore COSC-certified. Since value lies in the smallest details, Mido selects the best materials and applies high-end finishes and decorations to its dials and calibres. This technological performance is joined by original yet timeless designs with sleek lines. Beyond fashion and passing trends, Mido watches stand out for their reliability, resistance and durability.
An international name in Swiss mechanical watches, Mido is represented by 2,700 official retailers in 70 countries and its watches are available on major digital sales platforms. The brand also has its own boutiques and e-boutiques.
Mido is based in Le Locle, the centre of watchmaking excellence in the Swiss Jura and belongs to the Swatch Group, the world leader in watchmaking.


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