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OCEAN TOURBILLON JUMPING HOUR

OCEAN TOURBILLON JUMPING HOUR

The tourbillon in the Ocean Tourbillon Jumping Hour has a very unusual design. Instead of being located on the back of the movement plate, it is suspended from two gleaming, hand-chamfered steel bridges which seem to hold it free in space –seeming to move with no apparent mechanical connection to the rest of the timepiece. Only sharp eyes will uncover its secret: the tourbillon is driven by a wheel geared to its outer circumference, which is nearly completely concealed by the minute track of the dial.

 

Description:

Movement Manual
Caliber HW4401
Complication Tourbillon Jumping Hour
Functions Excentered jumping hour and minutes
Case Material Rose gold
Dial Black
Strap Black alligator, rose gold ardillon buckle
Water-Resistance (bar) 5,0

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