Midnight Planetarium Astronomical Clock
Midnight Planetarium is a masterpiece of science and a watch with a luxurious design. This is a watch with 6 planets in the Solar System that are orbiting the Sun at their actual speeds. The creation of this spectacular device took 3 years of work and 396 separate pieces and that is why this incredibly designed timepiece is priced at $245.000.
Planets crafted with small gems and semicircular stones: Mercury made of serpentine, Venus made of chloromelanite, Earth made of turquoise, Mars of red jasper, Star Wood from green agate and Saturn is sugilite. This unique piece was presented to the public at the annual Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie in Geneva by Van Cleef & Arpels in partnership with Dutch watchmaker Christiaan van der Klaauw. Midnight Planetarium Astronomical Clock has a very unique design.
Ora Lattea watch
Minimalist design doesn’t always have to be serious and lacks originality. Watch designs Ora Lattea by Denis Guidone created for Nava Design deserve to be simple but extremely unique watches. The piece plays with our expectations of what a traditional watch should be. Instead of two hands, there are two moving dots around the third dot in the middle. The larger dot represents hours while the smaller dot represents minutes; the center dot remains fixed.
From wall clocks that made design history such as the Time Square, Nava today transitions to exclusive designer wristwatches with refined and essential lines, designed by Denis Guidone . Minimalism and irony characterize these new Nava watches, intended to be objects of worship. The dots on the clock face Ora Lattea somewhat reminiscent of the solar system, the largest dot representing the hours and the smallest representing the minutes. The dot in the center remains fixed. Black stainless steel case, black genuine leather strap, 3ATM water resistance, mineral glass, and battery operated. The Ora Lattea wristwatch comes in two sizes and is suitable for both men and women.
Roger Dubuis Excalibur Knights of the Round Table Watch
Roger Dubuis’ main collection is named Excalibur. Along with the Arthurian legend is another legend: “The 12 Knights swore allegiance to King Arthur, swore to spare no effort, overcome all obstacles and return victorious”. It is these 12 Knights of the Round Table reimagined in the third Opus of the Roger Dubuis Excalibur Knights of the Round Table watch.
The dial of the watch Roger Dubuis Excalibur Knights of the Round Table Made of sculpted gold and 3D matte enamel. This is a technique originally used to create 3D models and scenes for video games, where polygonal faces are used to create sculptures or paintings. Unlike traditional enamel dials which are made from solid metal (usually gold or brass) on which a thin layer of enamel is applied and fired in a furnace, the table on this watch’s dial is the result of solid sculptural block. For the 12 Knights the dials are all designed in an angular style. Each statue is highly detailed, carved and finished by hand.
Watch “Legend of Dragon Keeps the Door”
The watch “Legend of the Dragon Guards the Door” has the original name The Dragon Gate Legend. This is one of the creations of Dutch master engraver Kees Engelbart. He possesses impressive sculpting skills, very famous in the watch world. The Dragon Gate Legend has a 49mm red gold case and is powered by the Caliber AS 690, the Cornelius & Cie movements used in the Chromosome XY 46 collection. These movements are developed and manufactured by company A. Schild in Grenchen, Switzerland, in 1935. The movement beats at a steady frequency of 18.000 beats/hour.
The movement of The Dragon Gate Legend there are two very interesting structural details. This watch has a pusher located at two o’clock that disconnects the crown from the winding mechanism so that the crown can be used to turn the hand. Other features are a special shock absorption system to preserve balance. A. Schild used a rather unique leaf spring shock absorber. Cornelius & Cie purchased a sufficient number of AS 690 calibrations to manufacture at least 100 watches with this movement and still have enough spare parts to warrant future servicing and repairs.
Cartier Crash Melting Watch
The painting “The Persistence of Memory” by Salvador Dali is one of those images that almost everyone can recognize by its originality. The landscape in the painting is extremely strange and especially the melting clocks give a great impression like the impermanence of time and human perception of it. Watch Cartier Crash whose face looks like one of those disfigured, melted watches in Dali’s painting.
Pcs Cartier Crash created in 1967 . They were inspired by a watch recovered from a burned down car. The Cartier Crash was re-released in 1991 with a limited run of just 400 pieces, this rare timepiece quickly gained the status of a cult watch and was spotted on the wrists of celebrities. Kanye West.
Poetic Wish Watch
Poetic Wish, like other VC&A women’s watch variants, is a watch developed with a female audience in mind, rather than a movement from a men’s watch inside. a smaller box. And unlike previous movements developed by Agenhor for VC&A based on JLC movements, the Dreamlike Wish movement is a whole new dimension.
Poetic Wish introduced as a pair are the smaller 39mm Lady Arpels and the 43mm Midnight Men’s – both Poetic Wish watches are about the same size. Both are five-minute repeater models with continuous force mechanisms and automatic displays. And both repeaters work the same way. When the repeater is activated by turning the crown at two o’clock, the figure on the dial moves to indicate the hours. On the men’s Midnight watch, the figure of man moves along the roof of Notre Dame, on which the hours are gently shown. On the ladies’ Lady Arpels, the hours are indicated by the figure of the woman standing atop the Eiffel Tower, while the minutes are displayed by a kite flying over the Seine, both pointing towards Notre-Dame
Xeric Inverto watch with reverse movement
Xeric Inverter has the automatic winding rotor displayed on the top of the watch rather than below it, giving it a distinct look and an unusual way of displaying the time and allowing you to see the time and the automatic rotor in the same place. a look. Watches with a top movement also allow the wearer to appreciate the intricacies of the mechanical movement, derived from the Miyota 9000. A new exclusive module made from the company’s most prestigious movement. Miyota 9000 -Citizen, this module makes the clock run backwards so that it can be reversed and shows the exact time.
The movement of the watch Xeric Inverto selected for its high beat rate of 28.800 beats per hour, 24 jewels and a 42-hour power reserve. At just 3,9mm thick, this is an amazingly thin, automatic movement that compares favorably with the Swiss gold standard – ETA 2824. Comprehensive testing that takes place during the assembly ensures the the original movement-like chronometric standard of -10 / ＋ 30 seconds per day while maintaining the reliability and usability of the Miyota Caliber 9000 but still producing an unusual way of displaying time. Superluminova-coated hands and rotors and the Inverto Automatic will be limited to just 999 pieces in each color. Each watch will be individually numbered and priced at $699 and available from Xeric.
Skull Watch is for the person who has personality and a little eccentricity
Pcs Richard Mille Tourbillon RM 052 Skull This is a watch with a very unique design, suitable for people with personality and a little eccentricity. Four bridges connect actions such as dials, arranged in a “skull” pattern inspired by the flag of a pirate ship. The upper and lower “jaws” hold the ruby of the tourbillon cage, and the back of the skull also serves as the central bridge of the movement. Functions include hours, minutes and tourbillon seconds. The retail price of this watch is around $500.000.
Richard Mille RM 052 is a manually wound tourbillon with 19 connections, Glucydur balance wheel with four setting screws, clocked at 21.600 vph (3Hz), Elinvar by Nivarox balance spring and Kif Alastor KE shock resistance and power reserve quantity in 48 hours. The finish includes micro-blow milled parts, hand chamfered surfaces and painted or polished outer faces. Water resistance to a depth of 50 meters is ensured by two O-ring seals. The black rubber strap is available in a limited edition of 21 pieces, including 15 in titanium and 6 in unique red or white gold.
Digital Destruction watch with cracks
Black stainless steel watch Digital Destruction LCD time display and dial. The old must give way to the new, but sometimes it’s not as favorable as the idea of being designed with Digital Destruction. Housed in an analog body, the traditional mechanical dial appears to have been broken up to make way for a digital LCD display.
Digital Destruction has been designed to look like a watch with hands with a minimalist crown (one button on the right to see the date and time and the other on the left to adjust the time and date). The Digital Destruction watch is a unisex watch with a diameter of 40mm. This model comes in three styles: black IP stainless steel with black leather strap, natural brushed stainless steel with black leather strap, or brass colored stainless steel with brown leather strap and 24-hour time display. military style hour
Unique and rare watch: Nadir
In the watch world, there have been many watch models with strange designs, not up to the standards of traditional watches, however, Nadir is the only watch whose hands point inward instead of outward. Nadir is a watch designed by Damian Barton for Projects Watches. Whereas a normal watch has the numbers placed around the outside of the face and the hands pointing from the center outwards, the Nadir has the numbers collected around a small disc in the center of the face and the hands at the center. outside and inward position.
This unique watch design has your eye drawn closely to the center of the watch. features a black leather strap and a black stainless steel face, with both the hands and numbers selected in white. It is designed to be worn by both sexes and costs $125. Nadir has a design that fully meets the standards from a watch with a minimalist design but still ensures its own uniqueness. In addition, with a relatively cheap price compared to popular brands in the world, this is a quality watch.
Eye of the Storm Watch
The designer of the watch’Eye of the Storm‘ is Yiran Qian. This is a German, Chinese-born designer who designed a watch that doesn’t have a dial like other “normal” watches. This designer is also the winner of the Red Dot Design Ideas 2010 award.
Eye of the Storm is a watch inspired by the eye of the storm, the nature is cruel, but the heart of the storm is still known as the eye of the storm. However, the eye of the storm has a strange peace and quiet. Yiran Qian’s design inspiration comes from that and explains why this watch does not have a glass face.
Xeric Leadfoot Automatic Watch
With Xeric Leadfoot Automatic, the brand set out to create a unique timepiece that pays tribute to iconic cars of the 60s and 70s. Xeric Leadfoot is a watch for drivers that blends style and color. bold colors of the muscle car era but combined with outdated contemporary watchmaking. With a design that defies traditional watchmaking, the Xeric Leadfoot features a side display so the time can be read when you put your hand on the wheel.
The two sub-dials can be used to display different time zones, such as main time and arrival time. Large dial on top of Xeric Leadfoot Automatic also displays the time but in a one-handed Soloscope style with the hands encircling the hour while pointing to the minute as it moves along the arcs of time. The mechanical movement inside is the highly regarded Miyota 9 series automatic movement, renowned for being very precise and reliable, it features a sapphire crystal and a Horween leather strap. Just below the main time display is a fuel gauge-style display that shows the power reserve level.
Latest collection from Ziiiro’s house there is a wide range of products from futuristic devices to smart and elegantly designed watches. The Ziiiro watch design that this brand launched has created a big buzz in the market. Many features exquisite artistic expression with attractive light, beautiful aluminum body with attractive and sturdy design straps. The minimalist and bold exterior design coupled with the unique clockwork inside will make these devices remarkable in the market.
The clocks Mercury Ziiiro Not only is it beautiful, it can suit many different situations and match different styles and accessories. This brand also has interchangeable strap models so that customers can change easily anytime, anywhere. In addition, the flexibility to clean the strap and watch. The ability to illuminate the watch face is also what makes all the attention focused on the user’s wrist.
Angular clocks are designed entirely by hand
After releasing so many exquisite watch models, Angular Momentum now back on the market with a stunning new series, featuring Urushi lacquer dials. For fellow initiates, Urushi is associated with Japanese culture, referring to two different types of Japanese artwork: a printing style that involves ordinary ink to resemble blackness, thickness and three-dimensional impression of black lacquer, and the paintings are crafted with real lacquer.
Negoro Takamaki is an Angular with an embossed Takamaki dial, crafted from 20 layers of black and red Urushi, simulating guilloche. In addition, it is decorated in the legendary Negoro Nuri – a Japanese printing technique. The most interesting part is a sparrow, engraved and polished in the Takamaki style, until it reaches the closest possible finish. Another proof of luxury is the steel case, engraved with a sapphire crystal. According to reports, this particular watch took 59 days to make. Another nice watch is the Kuro Takamaki, with 20 layers of black, guilloche Urushi – they make up the dial. There is also a pair of flowers and sparrows, each one of them finely polished. Similar to before, this one comes with a sapphire crystal-decorated steel case. Overall, its craftsmen took 63 days to complete.
Ora Unica Watch
This unique watch is the creation of Italian designer Denis Guidone and manufactured by Italian brand Nava Design. Nava has been around since 1970 and has grown into a fashion brand that produces bags, accessories, stationery and of course cars. Ora Unica watch this. Ora Unica in Italian means “single time” and the appearance of this wristwatch is nothing like its name. What immediately catches the eye with the Ora Unica is the incredibly quirky dial layout.
At first glance, the drawing on the dial of the Ora Unica watch It looks like a toddler with a pen has drawn a squiggly line on the dial. Or a rather “nonsense” thought is a piece of spaghetti falling there. One end of the hour markers, while the other end marks the minutes. What you see as a squiggly line is the result of two independent lines joined together. Each line is printed on a transparent side that sits on top of the dial, thus allowing the minutes and hours to be tracked independently.
Funny clock with the slogan “Whatever! It’s not too late anyway!”
Funny clock with the slogan “Whatever! It’s not too late anyway!” has a design with a very funny inscription, helping to put this watch on the list of watches with the most unique design. This is a handmade watch called watch Japan Movt Leather Band Wrist. The unique slogan on the watch face is even trademarked by the designer. From design to assembly, all details are described as handmade, and parts and components are also sourced in Japan.
Clock Japan Movt Leather Band Wrist has a unique design that can be used by both men and women by the simple design in addition to the words “unique” on the watch face. The watch is IP plated and equipped with a high quality Japanese Miyota quartz movement. The strap is made of leather. This watch is water resistant to a depth of 30m. Although this watch has a fairly basic design, it is the slogan on the face that makes them so special and fun in the eyes of others, worthy of being one of the watches with the most unique design.
Angular Momentum dragon-shaped porcelain watch
The watches of the Swiss watch manufacturer Angular Momentum always stand out by their unusual design. This time, fans are satisfied with the new brushstrokes when depicting dragons. The dials of the models are decorated with splendid painting in the style of traditional Chinese porcelain. This is one of the most unique watch models.
New collection from the company Angular Momentum includes several models featuring a green dragon on a white background. They are drawn in typical Chinese art, as well as Jilin – a wonderful animal in Chinese mythology and feng shui, known as the archetype of the unicorn. The watch case is made of 18-carat white gold and is decorated with sapphires; The straps are made of leather in different colors. The dial is made in the form of a Souscription rotary disk, without the need for hands. Numbers showing the current time are displayed in the one-handed window for counting minutes. The watch is equipped with a mechanical hand-wound movement.
Jaquet Droz The Bird Repeater Watch
Clock The Bird Repeater was first launched in 2012 by Jaquet Droz. Although this model has been ridiculed for its design, there is no denying the uniqueness of this design. While all versions of the watch are limited in number (in fact, the brand will only produce 16 pieces in total), this version of the watch is the only one you’ll ever see worn like this. like this.
Most The Bird Repeater watches feature colorful hand-painted enamel dials that feature scenes with birds, nests, waterfalls, and nature. This is perhaps the most visually beautiful version, but the gold and diamond version is clearly the most luxurious. On this gold and diamond version of The Bird Repeater, Jaquet Droz has replaced the painted dial with a hand-engraved 18k white gold dial on an 18k white gold case. Additional engravings can also be found on the sides and rear of the case. All diamonds are baguette-cut and most of them are used on the dial indicating the time.
Barrelhand watch P1
Inspired by Urwerk, but unique and different in its own right, the watch Barrelhand P1 make extensive use of metal 3D printing even for a functional movement and set the stage for some great aesthetics for individual watch aficionados. The P1 has a central minute column with a sliding indicator pointing to two columns of digits: 0 to 30 to the left in Super-LumiNova white and 30 to 60 to the right in Super-LumiNova orange. The column for reading the time is indicated by a matching color viewed through a small circular window at 6 o’clock.
The hours, read through the disc at 12 o’clock, are viewed through a window in the upper movement plate. The hour numerals are filled with more traditional green Super-LumiNova to match the minute hand below and tie the time indicators together. The crown is at the top of the case, like that of the Urwerk, and the design of the mechanism allows for the forward, reverse, and winding times to be set manually. The chronograph mode is activated by a small lever on the back of the case that snaps the button out of the winding mode, where it is housed in a titanium “exhaust tip”. The Barelhand P1 like a miniature spaceship right in your hand!
Speake-Marin Crazy Skulls Watch
Crazy Skulls is the embodiment of Speake-Marin design and Haute Horlogerie know-how: the gearbox, hand-engraved, sapphire bezel and case back, and the stunning Haute Horlogerie movement, which combines a 60-second Flying Tourbillon with a Carillon minute repeater. and dual dial animations. The case of the “Piccadilly” Crazy Skull that has become familiar to Speake-Marin, measures 42mm in diameter, with the center and lugs in grade 5 titanium, and the bezel and back in platinum The hands, in hot-tempered steel, are done in the classic style commonly found in Speake-Marin watches.
Clock Crazy Skulls Powered by an all-new, hand-wound Caliber SMC01 movement, with a 72-hour power reserve and a hand-finished tourbillon cage at 6 o’clock. The bottom tourbillon cage is supported by a paddle-shaped bridge designed to provide intuitive access to the surrounding gears below it. Visible through the clear sapphire case back are the bridges and the main face, with its circular pattern, polished screw head and polished counter. Both unique pieces feature a black alligator leather strap with a gold pin buckle and are priced at $414.000.