The curved K1 safety glass, framed in a narrow bezel, spans the deep black dial of the chronograph, on which, in addition to the large hands for hour, minute and second, the small minute on the 10, the tenth-second on the 2 and the small Hour is located on the 6th. The date field on the four completes the complications of the 5096-2 Bauhaus chronograph from the Iron Annie series. Rose-gold hands and hourly numbers harmonize perfectly with the stainless steel case with classic mushroom top handles and ribbed crown, as well as the finely grained cowhide strap. Inside, with the ETA quartz caliber G10.211, there is the proven Swiss movement quality that completes the composition of this 41 mm Ø, 12 mm high and 73 g chronograph, which is waterproof up to 50 m depth. This chronograph does not need many words to convince.