Sailing has been the theme of Athens Watch since its establishment in 1846. A surprisingly new model, the sailing Great Fire Enamel Tourbillon has joined the Athens Watch Sailing Series. The story of the early sailing timepieces gave impetus to the sailing series. It is also like this nautical grand fire enamel tourbillon watch, combining the three most important pillars that can highlight the personality of the Athenian watch-homemade movement, avant-garde technology and beautiful art. Take a closer look at this brand new tourbillon watch, the official model: 1283-181 / EO.
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The 43 mm stainless steel case combines ingenious design and practicality, this tourbillon watch embodies one of the stunning complications in the haute horlogerie world. In fact, the production of the tourbillon is for the movement to resist the errors caused by gravity, and it is also one of the best achievements of the mechanical watchmaking industry. In this particularly highly precise timepiece, the frame of the flying tourbillon, the escapement wheel, the screws and the hairspring are all produced by the Athenian watch itself.
The watch has a large white fire enamel dial, made by Donzé Cadrans, a member of the Athenian Watch Group. Donzé Cadrans craftsmen have also been enthusiastic about the exquisite craftsmanship of making enamel dishes. Pure white is also an extremely difficult craft achievement. In addition to the elegant large fire enamel faceplate, the watch is paired with the highly recognizable features of the nautical series. At 12 o’clock, it is equipped with a 60-hour power reserve display, elegant hands and Roman numerals.
The crown is covered with gear rubber, which increases the friction of the winding and adjusting time and enhances comfort. The screw-in crown ensures 100 meters of water resistance. The crocodile leather strap is also a combination of technology and art, which draws a perfect end to the nautical grand fire enamel tourbillon watch.
The watch is equipped with the new UN-128 self-winding movement, designed and developed in-house by Le Roque, Switzerland, the birthplace of the Athenian watch. The Nautical Grand Fire Enamel Tourbillon shows the brand’s continuous and independent development in the field of movement manufacturing. The watch features silicon technology and a 60-hour power reserve. At 6 o’clock on the dial, there is also a flying tourbillon that represents the watchmaker’s continuous advancement in technology.
The above content is the information related to the 2017 Geneva International Haute Horlogerie Salon prepared by the staff in front of the Watch House. In the future, we will continue to provide more and more intuitive exhibition reports, please everyone attention: