Jacob & Co. swiss launches exclusive titanium astronomical solar tourbillon tourbillon The way to make luxury handmade watches at Jacobs & Co., Ltd. is to think outside the box, which continues to connect the watch industry with the rest of the world. Jacob & Co. went out of the world and released a new astronomical solar zodiac. The smooth frosted appearance of the case is derived from the DLC-treated 44 mm titanium case, which completely changes the appearance of traditional astronomy. With the help of the internal hand-wound JCAM19 movement, it rotates around the dial coated with the Milky Way star, thus integrating into the entire solar system.
The seven planets are represented by semi-precious hemispheres: white granite represents Mercury, Rhodonite represents Venus, Red Jasper represents Mars, Pietersite represents Jupiter, Tiger Eye represents Saturn, Blue Calcite represents Saturn, and Lapis Lazuli represents Neptune. The time display displayed by the zodiac symbol platform is driven by the infinitesimal differential system, which provides a clear and easy-to-read way for keeping time. The large blue alligator leather strap and the black PVD titanium deployment buckle contrast the dark appearance of astronomy. Jacob & Co. once again broke the limits of watchmaking by releasing Astronomia Solar Zodiac Black.
It is a sacrifice to let Jacob & Co’s astronomical tourbillon, which was unveiled at Baselworld earlier this year, go downhill under the radar. Now that the dust has settled and the collections of major watch brands have made headlines, let us now give this amazing timepiece the attention it deserves.
Jacob & co Astronomy Tourbillon Watch – Gorgeous and complicated
You can rely on Jacob & Co to bring more drama works, no matter where they show their watch products. However, to appreciate the advantages of the astronomical tourbillon, readers (readers) need to provide some information. First of all, put aside any prejudice against Jacob & Co-temporarily forget about fine jewelry watches, celebrity identities and animated (brilliant) colors. The astronomical tourbillon is still gorgeous, but it is also a complex manifestation of watchmaking skills. Whether you are a cash-rich football star or a watch purist, this is just a watch that will attract your attention and attract your attention.
Jacob & Co Astronomical Tourbillon – Fascinating panorama
Under the dome of a behemoth submarine ceiling, a four-armed turntable surrounds the dial. The end of each arm is equipped with hour and minute hands. The earth represented by the platinum ball is a carat Briolet diamond representing the moon. At least there is no three-axis tourbillon. The tourbillon rotates every sixty seconds, the second axis that carries the entire cage rotates every five minutes, and the arm that carries the tourbillon rotates every 20 minutes. Is this a fascinating dial? You bet that even so, the tourbillon itself will bring sustained attention to the wearer, but coupled with other arm movements (around the dial every twenty minutes), this is a true panoramic display.
The proposal of such a bill is not without challenges. The structure of the tourbillon cage is a large spiral balance wheel with a speed of 18,000 vph and an over-coil balance spring with a Phillips end curve. Despite the power-consuming dial operation, this watch still maintains a 72-hour power reserve. To achieve this, a strong spring was used that filled the diameter of the astronomer’s 47 mm case. To develop this mechanism, Jacob & Co used the services of Studio 7H38 Watch Studio.
Jacob & co Astronomy Tourbillon Watch
Surprisingly, hints of traditional watchmaking are found in this amazing work. Hand-made for making the earth sphere, using the Grand Feu enamel process to achieve extraordinary details on it, and the Roman numerals of the hours and minutes add a classic touch. In order to make the parts wear-resistant, the structure of the watch case is made of polycarbonate composite material, which can be wound through its 18k rose gold case back to ensure that the outline remains perfectly round. The ultimate success was the diamond cut by Briolette, whose 56 facets promised to capture great light when rotated-very Jacob & Co, but for the added luxury, we will forgive them.