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MCT

MCT watches combine audacious design with an avant-garde technical approach. Using movements developed and manufactured entirely in-house, MCT has a contemporary vision of time and a respect for the traditions of fine watchmaking.

About

Manufacture Contemporaine du Temps was founded in 2007 by Denis Giguet and has been part of the Cage Holding since 2012. The watchmaking companies of the groiup employ forty people in their workshops on the shores of Lake Neuchâtel (Switzerland) and their offices in Geneva. MCT produces its timepieces in close cooperation with sister companies based in Neuchâtel and la Chaux-de-fonds, the watchmaking design company DIGITALE S.A and movement assemblers MCH S.A.

MCT watches combine audacious design with an avant-garde technical approach. Using movements developed and manufactured entirely in-house, MCT has a contemporary vision of time and a respect for the traditions of fine watchmaking.

2007
Creation of MCT by Denis Giguet and launch of the Sequential One.
2011
Presentation of the Opus 11.
2012
Acquisition of MCT by the Cage Holding group.
2015
Launch of the Frequential One.
2016
Pierre Jacques appointed CEO.
Philosophy

MCT offers collectors and lovers of great design an audacious and highly creative interpretation of time, conceived with respect for the purest rules of fine watchmaking. This is reflected in the brand name: MCT stands for a manufacture of excellence at the service of a profoundly contemporary approach to time. MCT watches bring together lovers of mechanical perfection and fans of great design by associating new watchmaking with the old traditions of fine watchmaking.

Collections

Sequential One

The Sequential One has a square case and is fitted with the calibre MCT-S1 sequential movement which has the largest hour display on the market and a minute hand that sweeps across a sophisticated sapphire disc that instantaneous rotates at the top of every hour to  keep in step with the minute hand. The small seconds are indicated on a bridge visible through the case back.

Sequential Two

Although it has the same patented mechanism for displaying the hours using four separate modules of prisms, the S200 calibre powering the Sequential Two has a different design. A micro-rotor allows this 100% in-house movement to wind itself.

Watches