Value Proposition – Hands-On with the Mido Multifort Escape

Value Proposition – Hands-On with the Mido Multifort Escape

Founded in 1918, Mido is a company of the Swatch bunch situated in Le Locle. Out of the blue, the brand is at times a piece underestimated yet it merits a more intensive look. Mido watches are all around made and offer magnificent worth. The Multifort was initially introduced in 1934 and was among the main antimagnetic watches with a self-winding development. A commercial accomplishment for the brand, it is perhaps the most seasoned assortment. Today, we take a gander at its relative, the Mido Multifort Escape.

Presented at Baselworld this year, the Multifort Escape is the furthest down the line expansion to the line. It is a trendy, somewhat vintage-enlivened, rough watch intended for open air use. Its case is a proportional, exemplary plan with an enormous conelike fluted crown. It is introduced in tempered steel with a matured and sandblasted PVD treatment making an intriguing patina. The slim, slanted bezel outlines a sapphire glass that is somewhat domed and comes with twofold sided hostile to intelligent covering. At 44mm in width, it wears its size uncommonly well gratitude to its short carries. It is evaluated water impervious to 10 ATM/100m. It has the entirety of the qualities of an old fashioned games watch…

The dial has a great deal of realistic lucidity and highlights vertical Geneva stripes, making an unobtrusive play of light. The iridescent Arabic numerals are combined with brilliant hands for upgraded clarity in obscurity. The orange subtleties on the ‘flinqué’ section ring are a pleasant touch and a gesture to Mido’s corporate tone. The date is appeared at 6 o’clock in a little window simply under the model’s name as a result of the moderately little size of the movement.

The Multifort Escape is controlled by the Mido type 80 – an ETA C07.611 which is a variant of the pervasive and dependable ETA 2824.2, with an expanded 80-hour power save – this was accomplished thanks specifically to a recurrence diminished to 21,600 vibrations each hour and changed dynamic chain. Its equilibrium has no controller (it is changed once for all during creation on account of computers) yet directing loads all things considered. It shows hours, minutes, seconds and the date, and highlights a stop seconds mechanism.

The development is appeared through the presentation caseback and highlights a spotless, modern get done with Geneva stripes on the rotor. With this development, Swatch Group was in fact an antecedent in proposing long force hold for passage/mid-range (vs. the standard 40h autonomy). It can likewise be found in different brands of the gathering including Tissot or Hamilton.

The Mido Multifort Escape is worn on a straight-cut cowhide lash with a discrete grayish sewing and got with a PVD-steel pin buckle.

All in all, the Mido Multifort Escape is a straightforward, gorgeous watch estimated at CHF 850/USD 890/EUR 810 and offering amazing an incentive for cash. Of course, you are not getting a top of the line hand-completed development or anything extravagant yet, this is a too subjective bundle by and large for well under 1,000 (whatever the currency)! For more data, kindly visit .

Technical particulars – Mido Multifort Escape

  • Case: 44 mm x 11.88 mm – PVD-covered steel – Sapphire gem with twofold sided AR covering – straightforward caseback – water impervious to 100m
  • Movement: self-winding Mido type 80 (ETA C07.111 – in light of ETA 2824.2) – Ø25.60 mm – 21,600 vibrations each hour – power hold 80 hours – 25 gems – hours, minutes, seconds and date
  • Strap: calf skin with pin buckle
  • Reference: M032.607.36.050.00
  • Price: CHF 850/USD 890/EUR 810