We are also very picky about color matching, so it takes several steps to get the final "proper" color tone, which can be matched with the Pantone color code mentioned in the technical description. Here is a fine example of the "Start" pusher which operates the chronograph feature. Not only the characters themselves look sharp but the filling color is also matching the Pantone card for this Acid-yellow racing color we wanted to have in Paddock Chronograph. Each of the printed or filled with paint components is passing through the inspection in order to match the initial design.
Another example is the chapter ring, which is divided into 3 sectors by different colors (resembling the actual racing graphics used to identify the sectors of the circuit) and is produced in 5 steps: first, the base of the chapter ring is getting polished and prepared to be painted, then it is being covered with black paint which is the major color, then 3 sector identifying colors are applied one by one using a separate stencil for each part.