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
- 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)