Jaquet Droz adds a modern, more metropolitan note to its particular model, delivering another ceramic restricted version of the Grande Seconde. This year, the brand has chosen the Grande Seconde Power Reserve, which isn’t a curiosity in light of the fact that there was at that point a first dark restricted version of this model delivered in 2017 . The 2018 renditions are given either a charcoal dim or a blue dial with coordinating texture strap.
Sleek and wonderfully material, the ceramic instance of the Grande Seconde is rather huge at 44mm in distance across. In any case, the shiny, dull dim ceramic makes it look and wear more modest. It sits comfortably on the wrist because of the ergonomically bended carries. The crown is decorated with the brand’s two stars logo. The watch is water-impervious to 30 meters and the restricted version number is engraved on the caseback.
The dial is decorated with a “Clous de Paris” design. Be that as it may, the minuscule pyramidal handles normal for this method are recessed (and not raised as is typically the situation with such themes). This bas-alleviation theme on the outside of the dial makes changing light impacts and a feeling of depth. It appears differently in relation to the dark ceramic 8-formed sub-dial. The hours and minutes are demonstrated by white Roman numerals, aside from the 5-6-7, where the sign covers with the Grande Seconde. The hours, minutes and seconds hands are created in red gold and the power reserve marker hand includes a dark gold treatment.
Inside is oneself winding type JD4063-DS. Working at 28,800 vibrations each hour, this twin barrel development can amass to 68 hours of power reserve. It shows hours and minutes, a huge off-focused seconds counter and the power reserve at 9 o’clock. The type JD4063-DS includes a dull ruthenium treatment to coordinate the case and is decorated with Geneva stripes. The rotor is formed out of 22k gold (while the 2017 version had a weighty metal rotor). It includes a sunray design engraved in help and it is PVD-coated.
The Jaquet Droz Grande Seconde Power Reserve Ceramic is delivered in two restricted release of 28 pieces each. It is complemented with a texture tie with a surface coordinating the embellishing on the dial. It is gotten with a ceramic and PVD-steel collapsing clasp. Cost is set at CHF 17,300 for both models.
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