Be amazed with this fantastic watches made by one of the best brands nowadays, with a vintage style touch, full of high artisan complements, made with the best crafting machines and artisans, requiring extreme accurate skills and vision. This piece of art shows, effort, high performance, and years of perfection.
The “Le Brassus tourbillon and the carrousel” (karussel) are two of the major devices aimed at reducing gravity-related effects on the running of the movement. For the first time in horological history, Blancpain introduces a wristwatch combining these two regulators. The two independent carriages are linked by a differential gear system, which transmits the average rate of both regulators to the time display. An external winding crown enables both barrels to be wound simultaneously while guaranteeing their equal winding, thereby endowing this timepiece with impressive precision along with a comfortable seven-day power reserve. The sapphire crystal case-back provides a fascinating view of this ingenious mechanism as well as of the power-reserve indication.
“Le Brassus carrousel” is where Blancpain’s prize watches first see the light, so it is natural that this hamlet in the Joux Valley should have given its name to a collection encompassing the brand’s most complicated models. Emblems of the high precision mechanics which has made Blancpain’s reputation, these watches are particularly aimed at collectors.
A. Lange & Söhne – Grand Complication With a grande sonnerie, a perpetual calendar, and a split-seconds chronograph with flying seconds the GRAND COMPLICATION is the most complicated timepiece manufactured by A. Lange & Söhne. The work involved is so intricate that only one of these watches can be produced per year. The Grand Complication edition is limited to 6 watches. Time display with hours and minutes. Chiming mechanism with grand and small strike. Minute repeater. Split-seconds chronograph with minute counter and flying seconds. Perpetual calendar with date, day of week, month in four-year cycle. Moon phase.
Here is the Rotonde de Cartier Astrocalendaire, a perpetual calendar with a flying tourbillon that uses a multi-tier circular display for the perpetual calendar and a mechanism that is almost entirely tiered rings that surround the central flying tourbillon with its signature C-shaped cage. The outermost ring displays the date, the middle ring month, and the innermost ring the day of the week – the leap year indicator is actually housed on the movement itself, as the information is not necessary on a daily basis.
Rolex Oyster Perpetual Superlative Chronometer Cosmograph Daytona – Crafted from the finest raw materials and assembled with scrupulous attention to detail, Oyster Perpetual watches benefit from Rolex’s cutting-edge technology and extensive expertise. In addition, each individual Rolex watch undergoes stringent examination and testing. Epitomising the values that have made the brand world-famous, Oyster Perpetual watches are first and foremost a symbol of a way of life,
a benchmark for style.
Tag Heuer Carrera – Calibre 1887 Automatic Chronograph: This beautiful piece performs tests on 100% of its production, in water and under pressure. The temperature of a watch exposed to the sun for a long period can exceed 40°C, while in winter it can fall below zero. TAG Heuer submits buckles and clasps to a traction of 15-20 kg over 5,000 cycles, followed by twisting under tension.Also resistant to strong vibrations, resistant to wearer movements, typical accidents and friction resistant.