First-class designers are indispensable in watchmaking. This is made abundantly clear by the Manero RetroGrade. No fewer than seven hands and four additional indications are arranged with the greatest possible clarity on its elegant dial. The 24-hour display for a second time zone is presented in circular form at 12 o’clock, with the indication of the day at 9 o’clock. As the month goes by, the filigree hand of the retrograde date indication moves on a semicircular scale from top to bottom, immediately jumping back to its starting point on the last day. The sectoral indication of the power reserve shows the energy stored in the barrel of the automatic movement. The Manero RetroGrade – simple refinement.