WristWatch Magazine - Page 36

GALLERY SIDE BY SIDE The complex Histoire de Tourbillon 6 movement is composed of two independent parts. Hours and minutes are displayed on one side and regulated by a tri-axial tourbillon. They are recognizable by their color coding – orange against a gray background – and housed within a rounded protrusion on the case. The right side of the watch is distinguished by its blue hands and markings against a black backdrop. It features a dial with hands that can be started, stopped and reset at will. A blue ceramic pusher at 2 o’clock allows this superlative creation to display the elapsed hours and minutes like a chronograph. This unique and versatile function also drives a dualtime display that may be adjusted as desired via the 3 o’clock crown. SLOW MO MOTION OTION REVOLVER Limited to 88 pieces, VORTEX VOR RTEX displays the hours, retrograde minutes and a power-reserve indicator. indiicator. Its futuristic look evolves each hour as the entire regulating organ o rotates 60 degrees every 60 minutes. Powering this new timepiece timep piece is a redesigned and reinterpreted vertomatic calibre HR2.0 designed and built in sion of the Hautlence aut automatic Neuchatel Switzerland. 34 WRISTWATCH | 2016