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Opus 3 pushes the boundaries of traditional fine watchmaking to daring new extremes, as the first complicated movement to provide a full digital display and entirely new concept for reading time. On the rectangular case, six porthole openings each reveal a color-coded number: blue for the hours; black for the minutes; and red for the date. The display relies on the instant jumping of all six indicators, presenting a one-of-a-kind technical feat. The unprecedented timepiece also introduces a world-first feature: before a change in the hour or minute, the upper date aperture counts down the final four seconds of the minute before a change in the hour or minute. A limited edition of 55 pieces
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- Movement description
- Mechanical manually-wound, full digit display, no hands. Two going trains and twin barrels. 53 jewels, 21,600 vibrations per hour, 35-hour power-reserve
- Hours, minutes with a countdown of the four last seconds of each minute and date. The hours display is equipped with a day/night function: the tens of hours during the day (7am to 6pm) are displayed using filled in figures, while the tens of hours at night (7pm to 6am) are displayed using hollowed-out figures.
- Case Material
- Platinum18K rose gold
- Six porthole openings with digital display indicating the hours in blue (12 hour clock), minutes and the four last seconds of each minute in black, and the date in red.
- Black alligator
- Water-Resistance (bar)