Today, we got the latest work in Harry Winston’s Histoire De Tourbillon series, which aims to explore the direction of tourbillon development. Histoire De Tourbillon 4 has a unique three-case tourbillon designed to offset the effects of gravity from all angles. This is different from the pocket watch that invented the tourbillon. Our watch is always in motion.
The tourbillon mechanism in this watch is one of the most complicated. There are three concentric cages, each cage is at a different angle relative to the outer cage, and each cage rotates at a different speed. The outermost cage rotates every 300 seconds (5 minutes), the middle cage rotates every 75 seconds, and the innermost cage rotates every 45 seconds.
As part of the pursuit of accuracy, Histoire de Tourbillon 4 incorporates strong but lightweight titanium plates and bridges to support the lightweight tourbillon (1.57 grams). The 345-part movement requires 160 hours of top watchmakers to manufacture and adjust, which is one of the reasons why 20 of these amazing watches are made.
Histoires de Tourbillon 4 is exclusively available in 18k white gold with a Zalium strap, showing an interesting new piece of century-old practice.
Presenting the 2011 Harry Winston Midnight GMT Tourbillon watch only
It was a serious expression, which looked like Harry Winston. This is part of the brand’s classic Midnight collection, which is made entirely of platinum and has some subtle and interesting features. For example, the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) city display features Monaco, which is clearly the location of the “only watch” auction house.
In addition, the bezel is decorated with three unique arches of Harry Winston’s New York Salon. The dial is made of ruthenium and the automatic movement has an impressive 110-hour power reserve. When you consider that this watch not only has a GMT display with a day/night indicator, but also a tourbillon, it is very dynamic. copy watch