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A solid aluminium wall bracket that can be ordered for our table clock models NT 6 and NT 7. Its shape refers to the shape of the clock base and fine brass inlays in the colour of the movement are setting fine accents to the matte black finish.
Featuring a car dashboard on the dial never seen before, innovative bullhead design with integrated oversized pushers, and super lightweight F1 materials for the technical case.
The Roadster is our idea of how a racing chronograph should be: a timepiece with a clean and minimalistic design, where every component, material and design have been carefully selected to bring you the thrill and adrenaline of driving.
A playful piece of art.
Miki Eleta displays a new kinetic object in a class of its own.
The artist and self-taught watchmaker Miki Eleta, who lives in Zürich, expresses his very own, unusual view of time through kinetic objects that he personally constructs from start to finish in his workshop. A member of the AHCI, Eleta now presents his latest opus, called Tres Caracoles, at BASELWORLD 2014. The complex clock features some of the most sought-after complications from the world of watches, an extremely precise moon phase, a day of the week and a world time indication as well as a retrograde minute. Additionally, Miki Eleta integrated a music work, which plays a unique little tune for about 20 seconds, composed by kinetic principles. Centuries pass before the same sequence is repeated. During the musical phase seven miniature dancers and four musicians give a performance. The clock relies on an Eleta’s own escapement, which has chronometric precision. 2.0, C15
Tres Caracoles, Miki Eleta.
Konstantin Chaykin, the Russian Watch and Clock Manufacture, announces the release of a new model in the Hebrew Watch line – the Decalogue Luah Shana Watch. The Luah Shana Watch brings a totally new design which enhances a number of technical changes and improved manufacturing processes.
Table Clock NT 7
An 8-day movement in restrained design and technical perfection creates absolute transparency in this clock.
A special attention to detail, innovative ideas and their implementation in technical perfection characterises all clocks from the house of Matthias Naeschke. And naturally the new clock NT 7 is no exception. By creating transparency nothing remains concealed. With the exception only of the red of the ruby jewels and the pallets, the colours of black and silver dominate perceptions of this clock.
Clocks in all shapes have been the most recognizable representation of time for mankind since men learned to count hours and minutes. Artists have depicted clocks in legendary paintings as they tried to understand the meaning of life. Konstantin Chaykin, the Russian inventor and founder of the Konstantin Chaykin Manufacture designed a watch that is more than a timepiece – but a piece of art. Konstantin named the watch Carpe Diem (Latin for Seize the Day) and included multiple allegoric representations of time in the mechanics and the design to create a harmonious reminder of how important the present is and how fleeting time really is for each and every one of us.