The Multifort is a mainstay of Mido’s catalog, and the Multifort Chronometer—the latest entry into the Multifort family—really elevates the entire range. Aside from an aesthetic facelift, the Multifort Chronometer is also the first watch in this collection to feature Mido’s Caliber 80 Si, a COSC-certified movement with a silicon balance spring and a whopping 80 hours of power reserve.
The Multifort Chronometer comes in a 42-millimeter, three-piece case rendered in stainless steel, two-tone, and black PVD. Additional specs include: a domed sapphire crystal with double-sided anti-reflective treatment; a screwed-in case back showing off the aforementioned movement, which, by the way, is beautifully decorated; a case rated to 100 meters, so it’s built for versatility; and a day/date at three.
There are currently four available dials. The stainless steel case comes with either a matching silver dial or a darker gray one; the two-tone case has a silver dial with rose gold (PVD) applied markers, hands, and date window frame; and the black PVD case has a matching black dial with parchment-toned accents on the dial and hands. The dials are largely conservative, except for the PVD where the dial is kind of tactical-looking and sporty.