The Atelier d'Horlogerie Française Michel Herbelin is dressing its three-hand/date model Cap Camarat in black. Inspired by the seventies, this sporty model accentuates the elegance of its look with the pure sobriety of this new dress code. This timepiece with an integrated bracelet and a case with visible screws is entirely coated with black DLC (Diamond-Like Carbon). With properties similar to those of diamond, it is extremely hard and scratch-resistant. Highlighted by vertical brushing and polished facets, its hexagonal shape, reinforced by the protection of the crown stamped with the Michel Herbelin logo, exudes a most geometric robustness. With an identical finish, the bezel draws the eye, through a play of contrasts, to the six decorative steel screws with which it is decorated. The round dial has a horizontally-stamped black background with three counters. Heir to French watchmaking know-how, rooted in the Jura mountains in Franche-Comté since 1947, the Cap Camarat was designed, assembled, adjusted and checked in the workshops of the Michel Herbelin brand.