Mido is an entry-level Swiss brand. It is the brother of Tissot, and Tissot is part of the watch giant, the Swatch Group. I personally have a piece of beauty. I have been buying it for five or six years. I changed the strap once and did maintenance. It was not bad overall.
From the perspective of positioning, the United States and Tissot are roughly the same, the price is slightly higher than Tissot. The brand has a good value and the design is very elegant, and many watches are inspired by the architecture. The new Belen Seri watch is inspired by the neoclassical architecture of the Emmanuel II arcade in Milan, Italy.
In this series, you can see the clean and elegant dial, the typical style of the Prince and the pointer. Most of the series is equipped with a calendar so you can keep track of relevant information.
Mido has some observatory watches that are relatively more secure. In the Observatory watch, the beauty is very close to the people, and the stainless steel model can basically be won by 7-8K. In the past, the ETA2824 and ETA2836 movements were used in the United States. The new beauty Belen Seri was used in the 80-hour power movement. The power reserve was increased from the previous 38 hours to 80 hours.