The Horological Machine N°6 collection takes its leave with this model made of steel. A deeply grooved body features polished lines extending from the spherical turbines to the domes indicating the path of time. At the centre of this composition, the flying tourbillon, ingeniously protected by a retractable shield, evokes the limits of the universe. The hours and minutes domes are arrayed in bright blue, as too is the platinum oscillating weight visible through the caseback.
Imbued with a modern spirit, this table clock remains faithful to the aesthetic codes of the eponymous collection. Its harmonious design is both bold and creative. Two interpretations subtly combine different materials. The leather version highlights the animal side of time, while the two-tone interpretation is defined by elegant contrasts between the steel crown and the black dial. This model brings a contemporary touch to your home and office.
This reinterpretation comes from a collection that pays tribute to the aviator Alberto Santos-Dumont. The lightweight steel case features architectural and urban lines that mould the shape of bezel. Free from anything superfluous, the dial enables one to admire the heart of the movement. The skeletonised bridges are enhanced with Super-LumiNova and offer a real invitation to explore the night. The intuitive interchangeable strap system ensures wearers to switch style as the fancy takes them.
With this creation, the brand is offering an extraordinary space adventure. This collection (12 pieces in pink gold, 60 in steel) features a capsule at 3 o’clock containing authentic meteorite from Mars. It is located at the heart of a brass structure that faithfully reproduces the surface of the planet and its famous volcanic massifs. Bearing Roman numerals, the dial of this timepiece is cut-out between 8 and 12 o’clock, an opening providing a chance to admire every beat of the exclusive in-house movement.
Designed for exploring the depths of the ocean, this timepiece invites you to dive alongside freediver Guillaume Néry. The unidirectional rotating bezel adorning the case is equipped with a black ceramic disc, while the dial with its resolutely sporty lines is extremely legible. The hands and hour-markers are partially covered in turquoise blue in reference to Polynesian waters. This high-precision chronograph is equipped with a flyback function and a zero-setting device for the seconds hand.
This commemorative model is a true tribute to the renowned watchmaker. Housed in a solid round Arena case, it is equipped with a wide, smoothly curved bezel in highly polished platinum. The blue lacquered dial closely follows the path of time. The jumping hours are displayed in a window at 12 o’clock while the retrograde minutes occupy an arc of a circle that unfolds majestically above. The date completes the composition at 6 o’clock. The complex movement is fully revealed through the caseback.
This creation features a burst of colour. The hours and minutes subdial as well as the small seconds display are coated with carefully hand-finished crystal opal and create a pleasing contrast with the pink gold hands, balance wheel, plate and bridges. The bidirectional micro-rotor is adorned with a mantle of diamonds and fits neatly into the circular cut-out of the mainplate, also enhanced by the precious mineral. Five-piece limited edition.
Thanks to trigalight self-powered illumination technology, this timepiece displays the time even in total darkness or in poor visibility. Fully coated with light blue Super-LumiNova, the dial is the ideal backdrop for the 17 self-luminescent tubes inserted into the hour markers, hands and beneath the logo. In the darkness, the dial shines a vivid green that fades as the hours go why, while the trigalight tubes continue to glow brightly.
Housed in a 42mm red gold case, this model enriches the collection with a perpetual calendar. Its design features modern and timeless lines. The facetted riveted hour-markers and the three gilded hands appear to have been placed on a porcelain background. Three blued hands highlight the calendar functions, while the moon phase indication appears on the dial at 6 o’clock. In addition to a five-day autonomy, this model is particularly resistant to everyday magnetic fields.
This mesmerising creation looks every bit like an intergalactic space vessel. The sapphire dome highlights a majestic scene in which an astronaut’s journey intertwines with that of the Earth and Moon. This star-studded ballet is driven by a movement featuring a minute repeater carillon mechanism. Extreme precision is ensured by a triple axis gravitational tourbillon. The four arms of the movement rotate the dial one full turn every ten minutes.
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