Hysek The Furtif Chronograph Grande Date
For the third time, the Manufacture Hysek is pleased to participate to the Salon Belles Montres Paris which will re-open its doors in the Carrousel du Louvre on November 23rd, 24th and 25th.
For a week-end, amateurs, connoisseurs and collectors all over the world but all fond of Haute Horlogerie will appreciate the timepieces signed by HYSEK or share their impressions on the stand N.38b.
This year, the Manufacture Hysek offers to the visitors a selection of the most iconic pieces of its collection as well as its novelties such as the Furtif Chronograph Grande Date.
Mastering their classics, the watchmakers of the Hysek Manufacture have created, developed and assembled a new caliber combining a micro-rotor visible on the dial to the one present on the back of the watch.
This new type of engine is located in the heart of a titanium and rose gold case, with mobile handles for better ergonomics and adorned with a sapphire glass screwed into four points to maximize its readability. All very architecturally, it reveals the power of an avant-gardiste, intensely urban tool.
Fluid and present on the wrist, this timepiece with Grande Date can be worn in a relaxing way on hand-sewn alligator strap, closed by a double security fold-over buckle developed exclusively by Hysek Manufacture.
- HYSEK Calibre HW4057
- Movement with automatic winding up
- Glucydur balance
- 22K Gold micro-rotor on dial side
- Côte de Genève finishing
- 416 components
- 49 jewels
- Hour and minute
- Rotating disc as seconds display at 9 o'clock
- Rotating disc as 45min Counter at 3 o'clock
- Grande Date
- Chronograph with 2 times column wheel
- Frequency: 28 800 Vph
- Autonomy: 48hours ± 2h
- Titanium and rose gold case
- Size: Ø44mm x H51mm x W16.6mm
- Sapphire glass with anti-reflection
- Gold crown
- Water resistance: 30 meters
- Multi-level satin-brushed dial
- Hand-sewn alligator strap
- Double security fold-over buckle exclusive to HYSEK
- Limited edition: 30 pieces
- Price: On request
The company's founding principles are a combination of the unconventional with technical prowess. Each new timepiece is not simply the modification of an existing aesthetic model, but is completely designed from scratch. This perpetual calling into question leads to the creation of audacious timepieces that are not afraid to surprise.Find out more >
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