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Entirely designed and manufactured in Morteau and the Franco-Swiss Jura valley around our workshops, this collector's timepiece with high-end finishes available in steel and bronze editions and limited to 75 numbered copies each, marks the 75th anniversary of YEMA and its gradual transition towards a vertically integrated watchmaking Manufacture.

This masterpiece is powered by an exceptional hand-wound tourbillon caliber designed by Olivier Mory, a renowned French Watchmaker Developer based in La Chaux-de-Fonds, which offers unprecedented performance and complications.


Caliber designed and developed by Olivier Mory. Micro-components (bridges and plates) manufactured directly in our YEMA workshops in Morteau, including assemblies, adjustments and checks.


The unidirectional rotating bezel is characterized by its luxurious finishes. It is crafted from scratch-resistant, slightly domed sapphire, requiring a much more sophisticated and time-consuming manufacturing process. The bezel is completed by an insert with a minimalist 0-60 graduation and a luminescent marker at noon.

This collector's timepiece is also equipped with a high-quality double-domed sapphire crystal 2.20 mm high, offering better readability, increased resistance and a resolutely vintage appearance.


The dial takes inspiration from the aesthetic codes of the 1970’s Yachtingraf iconic model. It features a sunray black finish with applied markers coated with Super-LumiNova and a colorful Maréographe register reminiscent of the regatta-style Yachtingraf vintage model completed with a tides indicator in the form of a small hand gracefully decorated with YEMA’s logo. The 60-second tourbillon boasts a mesmerizing kinetic spectacle for the wearer as it beats and turns against the partially open dial.


The case design combines both sportiness and elegance while ensuring a 10 BAR water resistance. Available in steel or bronze, it features different finishes with vertical brushing and polished beveled lugs and a circular brushed bezel. With a 42.5mm contained diameter and a 12.3mm thickness (14.5mm including the double-domed sapphire crystal), it offers balanced proportions for such a timepiece. The 20mm lug allows a wide choice of bracelets. The transparent exhibition caseback reveals the beating heart, it shows off the distinctive architecture of the CMM.30 tourbillon caliber creating a fascinating experience for the true enthusiast. The caseback outer ring is engraved with a unique Limited Edition number (XX/75) and a serial number (XXX-XXX).


Made from premium quality FKM Viton® rubber, providing utmost durability while remaining easily pliable, comfortable, dust repelling and highly resistant to tearing. The elegant 316L Stainless Steel folding clasp, available in brushed steel and IP bronze, adds style and comfort.


Invented by French horologist Abraham-Louis Breguet in 1795, the tourbillon is an advanced regulating organ present in certain high-end mechanical watches, intended to improve the precision of timepieces. It consists of a rotating cage containing the balance wheel and its hairspring, the escape wheel, the lever and the second wheel which drives it. The cage rotates 360 degrees every 60 seconds, which counteracts the effects of gravity and reduces any positional errors of accuracy. The tourbillon embodies watchmaking know-how, only a few Manufactures master the creation of this caliber masterpiece.


The Maréographe consists of a tide complication placed in an elegant register. To make this magnificent phenomenon of nature visible, an elegant small hand indicates high and low tides by making gradual half-revolutions every 6h 12m 7.89s (change from high tide to low tide and vice versa) and a full revolution every 12h 25m 15.79s.


Caliber designed and developed by Olivier Mory. Micro-components (bridges and plates) manufactured directly in our YEMA workshops in Morteau, including assemblies, adjustments and checks.


Shipping & Return


STANDARD shipping is free across Canada with a minimum order of CA$120. Please note that this may not apply for some Consignment items. Return shipping is also included for all regular priced new stock. All orders are updated with a tracking number as soon as the product is shipped.

Our typical shipping times are listed below. If you need your order delivered urgently, please reach out to us and we can advise based on the most up to date information on our stock or from the supplier.

IN STOCK - Any items with quantity greater than 0 are available in store.  Can be shipped out within 3 business day(s)

DROP SHIP - All models will be shipped directly from the brand within 3 business days after receipt of order.  Availability is updated on a weekly-basis.

OTHER PREMIUM EXCLUSIVES - Each model is available for order and may take 1-3 weeks processing time.  We will inform you right away with expected delivery timelines for your order.


If you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may exchange or return any regular priced new timepiece, for a store credit, within 10 days of receiving the product.

The cost of shipping will be deducted from your total credit. All purchases, accessories, serial numbered security tags (if provided), and packing materials must be in new condition to avoid refusal of the returned merchandise.  Any sale, vintage / pre-owned or discounted items will be FINAL SALE.

If and when you receive your purchase, if there are any noticeable discrepancies or damages, or if the item is not what was ordered, please contact Bezel House using the contact info listed.

If you are shipping an item over $75, you should consider using a traceable shipping service or purchasing shipping insurance. We don’t guarantee shipments returned via mail / courier.

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