Looking for a unique timepiece which combines fine Swiss workmanship and horological decoration elegance, then choose Jacob as well as Co. Astronomia Solar timepieces. The timepiece keeps each and every element in constant motion, almost all beating in an oscillator in the center of the three-axis tourbillon, displaying the celestial globe and the orbital display associated with hours and minutes. The rand name is known for some of the much more striking and daring watches on the market, as well as some of the most costly.
Looking carefully at this extraordinary timepiece, the situation design is rather ordinary, forty-four. 5 mm, 18k rose gold colored, with sapphires filling the area, allowing the brilliance from the inner movement to be seen quickly. At 21mm thick, it might appear chunky, but with its 3d movement and domed sky-blue crystal, there's nothing else to select from. This makes the watch very noticeable on your wrist and will get noticed by others. There is absolutely no visible crown on the view, and setting the time and also winding the movement is actually accomplished through two folded away 18k rose gold 'bows' within the back of the case. However , it is far from the back that really catches the attention of this timepiece, but the sensitive and elegant dial.
The exposed movement will be open on the dial for many to see. The movement by itself is made of three separate hands, one leading to the sub-dials showing the time, the second resulting in the flying tourbillon and also the third leading to the globe. The actual blued-steel hour and moment hands are sizable with regard to legibility and contrast using the 18k rose gold skeletonized sub-dials.
The tourbillon bears the Jacob & Co. logo on the connections and rotates on 2 axes. You might be surprised this Astronomia solar watch is really a biaxial tourbillon. The motion rotates once horizontally every single 60 seconds and vertically each 10 minutes. The exquisite world in rose gold and glowing blue lacquer rotates once by itself every 60 seconds and around the switch every 10 minutes, and the whole movement rotates clockwise just about every 10 minutes. The highly embellished aventurine base resembles the night time sky and reflects the actual solar system in the timepiece.
The stunning Astronomia Solar Watch created by Jacob & Co. features a one 5 carat rhubarb amazingly in the center of the dial, reduce to represent the sun and then arranged with three other gem stones, amethyst, garnet and smoky quartz to represent the other exoplanets. And if that wasn't magnificent enough, the functional style allows these planets in order to rotate with the movement, describing a miniature solar system on the wrist. Equipped with 444 elements, the in-house movement JCAM19 is unique because it is mainly made from titanium. This choice has been done due to the large number of rotating components and the finding of a method to lighten the load on the mainspring. The tourbillon beats in 4 Hz, has a reserve of power of 48 hours, and it is finished with such beautiful sandblasted and beveled bridges,
The Jacob & Co. Astronomia Solar View is a limited edition watch that truly puts the entire world on your wrist.