Jacob & Co. Epic X Chrono Tourbillon Blue Titanium

Any one of Jacob & Co.’s mostly exaggerated collections would be a great fit for those who live well and get lucky. But if that person also wants something a little sportier, not just faking sporty stripes and body creases, but something that actually fits his rough-and-tumble lifestyle, then the Epic X-Series has a charm. In place of the horological miracle glass windows of the company’s high-complication timepieces or the blocks of colored gemstones on the bulky precious metal cases, the Epic X is visually delicate and taut, not least because of the angled watch that seemingly extends from the bezel. The lugs endow the clock with a spidery menace, or the idealized body curves of a competitive swimmer.

In this series, the Chrono Tourbillon Blue Titanium is arguably the most convenient, not the few. At 47mm, it’s a massive watch, but the 14mm case height maintains a reasonable aspect ratio. Plus, the watch is still light and hard-wearing because instead of precious metals, it’s made entirely of titanium with a blue PVD coating to prevent scratches. The crown, pushers and lug inserts in white ceramic provide color contrast while keeping the weight low and exuding a certain nautical impression. In addition, the Chrono Tourbillon Blue Titanium is water resistant to 200 meters.

The Chrono Tourbillon Blue Titanium removes the typical jewels of a Jacob & Co. watch, replacing the counters of a traditional chronograph with a flying tourbillon at 6 o’clock, bringing a spectacle to the watch. Adding to the everyday practicality of the watch is the internal rotating bezel, which is operated by the crown at 10 o’clock. For timekeeping activities that do not require chronograph precision, the rotating minute track is an easy and convenient solution.

Another feature that lets the fake watches for sale show as much as possible is the translucent blue dial. With a sapphire crystal case back and skeletonized hands, the new exclusive column-wheel automatic movement JCAA09 is best showcased. The semi-skeleton movement has an open barrel with engraved bridges, circular graining on the plate and beveled and polished column wheel.

The blue-and-white colorway of the Epic X Chrono Tourbillon Blue Titanium with red lacquer accents on the hands and rotor engravings is designed for easy living on the docks. This makes it more wearable in everyday life and swimming for as long as one likes it; a complicated tourbillon watch that is robust enough to go most places with the wearer. In this case, the hollow design of the pointer, dial and movement, and the white hollow rubber strap with a honeycomb pattern also have a breezy and light overall effect. This is a cool watch for someone who is calm and confident.

There is some duplication between the running seconds at 9 o’clock and the one-minute flying tourbillon; but the latter does more than just show that the watch replica swiss is running. As a flying tourbillon without upper bridges, it is on the same level as the glass dial, turning a handsome sports watch into a stunning one.

technical specifications
Movement: Self-winding Jacob & Co. JCAA09, chronograph with column wheel, flying tourbillon, 4 Hz, 48-hour power reserve
Functions: hours, minutes, small seconds, minute counter, flying tourbillon, inner rotating bezel
Case: 47 mm, case height 14 mm, titanium, blue PVD, ceramic crown, pusher and lug inlays, display back, water resistant to 200 meters
Strap: White rubber strap, titanium deployant buckle

Jacob & Co. of Bugatti

Replica Jacob & Co Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon BU200.20.AA.AC.A watch

Together with Jacob & Co., Bugatti is entering a new era. The partnership between the French supercar maker and a leader in precision watchmaking brings together two companies that share a passion for design excellence and machinery that pushes the limits of what’s possible. The collaboration has spawned a range of exclusive Bugatti branded products. Jacob Arabov, founder of Jacob & Co., likens the feeling his watch makes on the wrist to the adrenaline rush he gets from seeing a Bugatti Chiron: a Momentum, a feeling of energy, movement and power that is hard to control.

Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon
Watches and cars have been closely linked since cars raced to determine the best time. Car enthusiasts know how to appreciate the mechanical precision, beauty and performance of a watch. Today, Jacob & Co.’s Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon succeeds for the first time in capturing the emotion, energy and drive of a high-performance engine in this small object. The design of the case is inspired by the smooth lines of the Chiron, while the movement is an actual engine block, based on Bugatti’s iconic W16 engine. When it starts up, the large sapphire crystal lets you see the crankshaft spin as the pistons fire, just like in a real combustion engine. The Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon from Jacob & Co. is a true wrist powerhouse.

Jean Bugatti Timepiece

Inspired and celebrated by the creative genius of Jean, son of Bugatti founder Ettore, the Jean Bugatti by Jacob & Co. is as innovative as its name. Available in 18k white or rose gold, the Jean Bugatti was produced in very small numbers, only 57 of each edition, referencing Jean Bugatti’s masterpiece, the Bugatti Type 57. Imitating the sleek sophistication of the collectible Bugatti dashboard, with two open smoked sapphire discs underneath – the Jean Bugatti model stands out from other Bugatti timepieces with its classic proportions. The extraordinary mechanical innovation of this piece truly represents Jean’s avant-garde thinking. Contemporary classic.

Twin Turbo Bugatti

A Jacob & Co. masterpiece in a limited series, based on Bugatti’s performance cars. Its unusual design is a tribute to the Chiron Sport “110 years BUGATTI” limited series. The turquoise dial proudly displays the Bugatti logo, while the power reserve indicator has been renamed “Fuel”. Only 39 pieces of this stunning timepiece will be produced and numbered.

Epic X Chrono Bugatti
Limited to 110 pieces, the special edition “Bugatti Chrono Edition Limitée 110 Ans” pays homage to Bugatti, founded in 1909 by Ettore Bugatti. The design of the dial highlights Bugatti’s French heritage through the colors of the tricolor. Its new carbon fiber case and rubber strap are inspired by the rear of the Bugatti Chiron to celebrate the partnership and the legendary “EB” logo on the luxury watch’s buckle.

Jacob & Co. Twin Turbo Twin Triple Axis Tourbillon Minute Repeater Hands-on

At Baselworld 2016, Jacob & Co. continued to impress with new editions of its visually stunning and ultra-complex Astronomia collection, but the real novelty when it comes to new ‘spectacle’ watches is Twin Turbo Twin Three-Axis Tourbillon Minute Repeater. The vaguely named Jacob & Co. Twin Turbo Twin Triple-Axis Tourbillon Minute Repeater is the best exotic watch because it exists as a poignant answer to a question that no one seems to have ever asked. The question is, why is there no minute repeater with a double triaxial tourbillon? !

For the sake of brevity, I’ll call the Jacob & Co. Twin Turbo Twin-Axis Triple-Axis Tourbillon Minute Repeater the “Twin Turbo” lest you have to keep reading long watch names to say it – loud at least once (maybe Twice) Pause for breath. This is exactly the type of spectacular and complex horological novelties that Jacob Arabo is known for making. What does it do? good question. My assessment of why Jacob & Co. continues to produce technically fascinating watches is to keep offering his demanding client base something new, awesome, and truly unorthodox. Love it or hate it, the Jacob & Co. Twin Turbo exists in a small group of timepieces that keep the wild nature of the high-end wrist-worn machines we love so much alive.

I will readily admit that I initially wore the Jacob & Co. Twin Turbo discount replica watch on the wrist backwards, bottom up. It’s not immediately obvious that the wedge-shaped superwatch has the twin tourbillons facing you and the time dial a little further away. Alas, the concept of the Jacob & Co. Twin Turbo watch is to keep twin triaxial tourbillons staring at you like weird animated eyes at all times.

Designed and produced exclusively for Jacob & Co. in Switzerland, the new caliber JCFM01 hand-wound movement consists of 572 parts, runs at a frequency of 3Hz (21,600bph), and has a power reserve of 72 hours (3 days). The movement is mainly made of steel and titanium, and the movement can be clearly seen from the front and back of the watch. What you see here is an unfinished prototype, and according to Jacob & Co., aspects such as dial transparency and crystal AR coating have not yet been finalized. It is very common that even after a watch movement is complete, there will still be a lot of tweaking and fine-tuning of finishes and other design elements before the final watch is shipped to the customer.

The JCFM01 movement only indicates the time in minutes and hours. The tourbillons all run in a non-60 second sequence, so you can’t really read the seconds off the watch. Again, why would you do this? The side-by-side tourbillons rotate around three pivot points, each of which is a “flying” pivot point, meaning there are no bridges. The first tourbillon axis rotates once every 40 seconds; the second time, every 8 minutes; the third time, every 3 minutes. There is a difference between the two tourbillons, which means that their timing rates are averaged.

A tourbillon does not add functional value or accuracy to a timepiece. If anything, the impressive element here is that the movement is still capable of telling time despite the presence of two triple-axis tourbillons. Then there’s the impressive cathedral minute repeater. Thanks to the large case cavity and predominantly titanium construction, two hammers strike the uniquely shaped gongs, which resonate to a considerable degree. What’s more interesting about the minute repeater is that it is a decimal timer and a quarter repeater. This means that when indicating a part of an hour, the bell will ring in 10-minute segments rather than 15-minute segments. This is to help the minute repeater be easier to read. At least, that’s the idea. moonphase watch

The hand-finished mechanical movement contrasts with the very modern case and dial design, giving it a distinctly ‘racing world-inspired’ feel. The red flange ring and modern font used for the hour numerals are not what you would expect to find on a watch of this complexity and class. Having said that, I think enough complication watches follow a deeply classic design philosophy, so it would be nice to see more complication watches like this one that are more modern in terms of visual appeal. Timepieces like the Jacob & Co. Twin Turbo Twin Triple Axis Tourbillon Minute Repeater help round out the market as far as I’m concerned.

The case of the Jacob & Co. Twin Turbo Minute Repeater is 51 mm wide, 57.3 mm high and 16.9 mm thick. It’s made of grade 5 titanium and carbon fiber, and there appear to be textured sections of vulcanized rubber on the sides of the case. The crown that winds the movement or sets the time folds away like a crank rod. Unfold it to wind the movement, then pull it out one notch to set the time as you would with any other movement. It should come as no surprise that the case is water resistant to 30 meters. Too much case material and the chime of the minute repeater will be too weak.

Jacob & Co. fashion tends to produce new and exotic timepieces in various versions in a series of limited edition series. Black and red titanium versions of the Jacob & Co. Twin Turbo Twin Triple Axis Tourbillon Minute Repeater will be produced in a limited run of 18 pieces to kick off the new collection. Given that this is Jacob & Co., I fully expect more precious metal models and possibly diamond models to come in the future. Jacob & Co. has made it its mission to maintain high expectations and the exception to meet the needs of some of the world’s most demanding watch buyers. It’s nice to see him achieve his goals on a regular basis.

Jacob & Co. Astronomia Tourbillon Watch

In 2014, Jacob & Co. replica is back with some pretty amazing timepieces sure to impress everyone from traditional watch lovers to the general public. Watch the video below about the new Astronomia Tourbillon and it’s easy to see why the typical reaction to this complex and very interesting timepiece is “wow”. When and if the Astronomia will actually be produced is another question, but even if the timepiece remains a digital video, I’d be happy to create pure concepts.

The whole point of the Astronomia is to give you a “four-armed” movement that has a time dial (which twists to stay upright as the entire movement structure rotates around its axis), a tourbillon (which technically moves on two pivot points ), a rotating seconds indicator, and a rotating sphere reversed seconds indicator. Astronomia Sky more or less retains this performance (albeit differently in design and execution) and adds some astronomical complexity. Look around the perimeter of the dial through the face of the scene, and you’ll see a tiny hand that follows using a 12-month scale that runs along the entire face. Now, look at the center of this four-armed kinematic structure, and on top of it you’ll find a small sphere that looks like Earth. This globe has a hemispherical shield surrounding it as a day and night indicator. There are only two axis points to note here, other than the Earth’s rotation every 20 minutes, which is the 24-hour rotation of the diurnal index, as that is the rotation time of the four-armed movement. The little “world” itself is made of titanium and then hand-crafted Painted and carved. On the flow of this watch below the movement is a celestial star map with a zodiac indicator. This face is made of blued titanium (similar to our long-time favorite De Bethune watches) and features oval “sky indicator” hands. The entire dial actually rotates once a year,

Jacob & Co. was one of the first watchmakers to understand the power of the “crazy swiss luxury replica watches,” as a mechanical watch with an epic complication meant only to impress in a way that resembles the tone and substance of many rap music videos. Impressed. These are designed as “ultra-luxury lifestyle” watches for those who are bored of buying a new yacht and browsing eBay on their phone while waiting for their personal banker to leave the yacht toilet they’re currently sitting on. The only thing about a watch like this is that it should be more impressive than most other watches that rich people can afford.

Nothing I said was meant to be mean or sarcastic. That’s indeed a fairly small target audience for a timepiece like this. We’re talking about that new money, new big money. These consumers are keen to show off their wealth, but sometimes cannot afford to spend it. Having said that, a piece like the Astronomia Tourbillon does have an air of refined sophistication given its haute horlogerie pedigree. While Jacob & Co. may have a “diverse” clientele that represents who you do and don’t want to have dinner with, they certainly have the ability to get things done when they go all out.

There is very little information about the Astronomia Tourbillon at the moment, other than a video and pictures, Jacob & Co. did a great job preparing us for the ‘launch’ of the piece at Baselworld 2014. We hope to see it in person there or eventually. Sometimes best cheap watches like this first debut in computer rendering, only to be actually released a few years later because the time it takes to produce a working movement can be much longer. This may be the case, as the movement in the Astronomia Tourbillon seems very ambitious. While the watch itself is not an astronomical complication, it is themed around them. At the center of the watch is the “sun”, surrounded by four orbiting objects.

These items include the time dial (which remains upright in all positions as it moves around the main dial), a rotating globe model, a rotating spherical crystal (possibly a diamond), and finally, an impressive biaxial tourbillon. This It’s all based around a nifty planetary gearing that any engineering student (or watchmaker) would be proud to have as their semester project.

It’s not clear whether a spinning globe that aligns with Earth’s 24-hour cycle could be clearly used to indicate anything. It doesn’t even matter, because the simple action of it looks fun enough. The dial was probably the most impressive to me at the time, as it was both legible and quite complex in visual presentation.

Jacob & Co. introduces the Astronomia Tourbillon, featuring a large diameter 18k rose gold case with a bezel and glass made from a single block of sapphire crystal. This allows a full view of the dial from all angles. Also note the lack of a crown, which means it’s either on the top of the watch or, more likely, somewhere on the back. The mechanical movement itself is designed to take up only a small portion of the dial to allow for roominess in the case and give the impression that the four “planets” have a lot of room to move. It is most likely hand-wound.

As a pure movement of horological decadence, the Astronomia Tourbillon is certainly a very interesting watch, and its production cost and final retail price may be just as awesome. We at aBlogtoWatch love this thing because it makes owning a simple timepiece so much more fun. We can look at our most basic “classic” watches and imagine that somewhere out there, someone might be wearing an Astronomia Tourbillon and reading at the same time of day, but more ornate.

Jacob&Co Astronomia Casino & Maestro

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In astronomy, time is in 4 dimensions.
Since its first launch in 2014, it has become a true Jacob&Co icon, attracting the interest of collectors around the world.

The concept is brilliant and expressive: hours and minutes are displayed on the dial, while everything else changes!

Technically, we’re talking about an in-house manual movement, the Casino has a two-axis tourbillon, and the Maestro has a three-axis tourbillon.

In both examples, the case is in rose gold, set with a large number of sapphires, and processed using expensive and advanced techniques to achieve extra-wide domes and ultra-pure transparency.

The two versions don’t have much in common technically. Aesthetically, they share concept, arm movement, painted magnesium sphere and one carat Jacobs cut diamond (288 facets)… Signature of Mr. Arabo.

Astronomia Casino: A successful gamble.
There have been many watches that pay tribute to gambling in history, each with its own innovation.
But when you pair the mechanical roulette with the Astromia and its features, the jackpot is a sure thing.

What’s fascinating about this watch is the incredible amount of detail it hides, so much so that the owner can discover new things at a glance.

Mechanical roulette is not fiction.
The rotation of the plate, as well as that of the ball, works perfectly and is activated by the pusher at 8 o’clock.

The genius behind this watch is useful and enjoyable play: operating the roulette wheel is an effective way to charge the watch. A remarkable idea, introducing an interesting “complication” to create momentum instead of wasting it.

The 47mm case, with its 27.9mm height, is a key aspect of the watch, and the author of this article has a small wrist (under 6.3 inches). Believe it or not, the size of the watch is a negligible aspect if one compares it to the astounding number of complications.

During its rotation, the dial is always perpendicular to the wrist.
As usual, let’s focus on what really matters: the actual use of the timepiece.

In typical Astronomia style, the dial maintains a fixed orientation during its 10-minute rotation around the centre, making it easy to read no matter where it is located.

On the wrist, it’s incredible. It’s almost a shame to wear it and not just stare at it for hours, discovering every detail.

The glow of diamonds and globes contributes to the vividness and synchronization of the drama created by the movement of the arms and the entire mechanism. Dear Jacob, if your goal is to amaze, you have achieved it.

Astronomia Maestro: The 50mm Universe.
The absolute winner of our Basel session (though the choice was nearly impossible) was the Maestro, sublime in every way, the Picasso of horology.

We’re talking about the minute repeater tourbillon, moon phases, date and Astronomia’s classic four-armed rotating mechanism.

If you think that’s enough, you may be misunderstanding what we’re talking about…

Minute Repeater: Yes, but don’t underestimate it.
For the first time in history, we discover that the chime of the minute repeater has a three-dimensional spiral shape, which is breathtaking through the side of the sapphire case.

The hours, quarters and minutes are struck by three pitches. This is much more complicated than the traditional two-pitch mechanism, since the three notes must be very precise (C, D, E).

Using three pitches instead of two, creates a melody that requires accurate pitch picking, not the difficulty of improving harmony.

The end result is stunning, especially for new listeners.

The moon phase display features a unique Jacob-cut diamond, divided into half a sphere and encircling the starry night on its arm. The date revolves around the periphery of the moon phase, moving together with the other 4 parts, and completes a circle in 10 minutes.nice watches shop

A feature of this piece is that the hours and minutes are located on the dial in the middle of the watch, in stark contrast to other Astronomias.

On the fourth arm, we find a hand-painted astronaut floating in a meandering motion around the watch, completing one rotation every 40 seconds.

On the wrist, the effect is the same as that of the astronauts…
It’s impossible not to get lost in the beauty of this new universe that Jacob’s company is projecting on us.

Forming the aventurine dial in the constellation background, not to mention the purity of the tourbillon and sapphires… everything is designed to wow the audience, offering innovation and luxury at the highest level.

Again, 50mm is a lot, but the generous size of the watch is quickly forgiven by looking at one of the infinite details on the dial and thinking of the complexity of things we appreciate.

Jacob&Co timepieces, on the other hand, are masterpieces of engineering, design and innovation, not just complicated watches or striking devices.

What’s truly astonishing about this brand is the amazingly incredible effort to never lose sight of what’s really important: the performance.
From what Marco told us, the whole intent of Jacob&Co is to create timepieces that are stunning to wear and easy to use.

The winding, hour setting and various functions are very easy to set up and operate, not an easy job if we consider the complexity we are in.

We’d really like to know your thoughts on some of Basel’s most complicated and luxurious watches selection replica, and we promise to bring you lots of new articles about this brand full of surprises soon!

Jacob & Co. tunes its Astronomia minute repeater

Because the minute repeater ranks among watchmaking’s elite complications, it’s usually presented in a proper, traditional form with minimal embellishments other than traditional finishes. Jacob & Co. has always been an extrovert among the few minute repeater watchmakers, but it took the opposite approach. Its latest Astronomia watch features a full display of gongs and hammers, as well as a three-axis tourbillon, a hemispherical constellation globe with two half-carat spherical diamonds, a global lacquer globe and a miniature astronaut orbiting the dial. player, locked in a 40-second spin. The busy 3D composition is layered within a curio cabinet-sized case, 50mm wide x 26mm thick, against a backdrop of stacked gears and aventurine rings, hand-painted with stars, planets and the Milky Way.

Jacob & Co.’s three-axis tourbillon Astronomia watch, first launched in 2014. Other pieces in the collection include the Astronomia Spider, Astronomia Casino, Astronomia Gambler, Astronomia Octopus and several Astronomia Solar watches with spherical stones representing planets. It was the first minute repeater in the line, and in typical Jacob & Co. style, it was a blockbuster in its class: a Carillon minute repeater with three gongs and hammers instead of the traditional two . The gongs are stacked vertically rather than next to each other at the case perimeter, which makes them more clearly visible through the sapphire case sides. Carillon chimes, 15 minutes and minutes, using the notes Do, Re and Mi. A safety feature prevents the watch from being wound when striking the time.

Jacob Arabo and Luca Soprana at the Jacob & Co. Astronomia Tourbillon, sparkling little universes on their wrists

Jacob Arabo, founder of Jacob & Co., is known for his jewelry and diamond-encrusted fine jewelry watches. He is also known for being the first to mine the intersection between high luxury and pop culture, and while celebrity has been an adjunct to luxury marketing for as long as there have been celebrities, it was Jacob who really made luxury watches desirable. Cloth has featured pop music celebrities and their fans — as well as movie stars, supermodels and other major media personalities. However, in the past 10 years he has also entered the watch industry in a more technical way, making mechanical timepieces with unusual complications that are really different from what anyone else has made.

Jacob & Co.’s first major mechanical complication was the Quenttin Tourbillon, which set a record for the longest power reserve in a replica tourbillon watches at the time: 31 days. Subsequent complications included the SF24, a 24-time zone watch with a split-flap display for the second time zone, based on the information boards that were once ubiquitous in train stations and airports. However, his most notable release over the past few years has been the Astronomia Tourbillon.

The Astronomia Tourbillon debuted at Baselworld in 2013, and it was, to put it mildly, a sensation. The watch is huge: 50mm in diameter with a domed sapphire crystal 25mm high. Under the sky-like dome is a four-armed vehicle. One arm ends with a three-axis tourbillon, and opposite the tourbillon is the movement (which moves the hour and minute hands) and a skeletonized dial. The other two arms feature an enamelled globe representing the Earth and a 288-faceted 1-carat diamond representing the Moon. The idea is not to make an astronomically accurate representation of the orbits of the Earth or the Moon, but to create a visual display that evokes the same sense of wonder as looking up at the night sky. The background of the whole show is aventurine.

Astronomia Sky

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Can you imagine the sky on your wrist for a second?

Totally crazy, you could say… Jacob Arabo did it, Jacob & Co designed the Astronomia Sky. This is one of the most complicated watches we’ve seen.

The precision and richness of detail in this mechanical watch make this timepiece one of the most complex and fascinating. It measures sidereal time and accurately displays the sky above you at any given location on Earth.

This beautiful replica watch has a mechanical movement, so setting this “jewel” correctly is essential to ensure the accuracy of the displayed data.

Stories Beyond Earth – Jacob & Co. Astronomia Tourbillon Era

For centuries, the tourbillon has been at the forefront of complex craftsmanship in watchmaking. Rotating on a plane, it attracts the attention of countless people, but the tourbillon has never broken through the limit of dimensions. However, the Astronomia celestial body series brought by Jacob & Co. has made a revolutionary breakthrough, making the plane tourbillon three-dimensional, allowing it to rotate and rotate in three directions. This multi-axis tourbillon undoubtedly makes the timepiece more accurate, and it is like a cosmic creature floating on the wrist, which brings infinite shock.

Origin, three-axis tourbillon
Jacob Alebo, founder of Jacob & Co., had no interest in following the example of tourbillons of other brands, so he chose the flying tourbillon as the initial creative starting point and revolutionized the tradition of the watchmaking industry. Launch of the Astronomia watch with an unprecedented gravitational three-axis tourbillon.

The Jacob & Co. Astronomia has four “satellite” arms that make one revolution around the dial every 10 minutes.

The first of the four arms is connected to the three-axis tourbillon, which rotates in 60 seconds on the first axis, two and a half minutes on the second axis, and circles the dial in 10 minutes on the third axis.

The second “satellite” is actually a 288-faceted Jack & Bowie exclusive cut diamond that rotates on its axis in 30 seconds and circles the dial in 10 minutes. The diamonds are cut and shaped by hand, and each diamond has 288 individual facets. The exclusive cut diamonds used in the Astronomia series watch need to guarantee their roundness and weight with the “satellites” attached to the other three arms (time display, three-axis tourbillon, magnesium globe) Keep the weight consistent, if there is any discrepancy, it will be declared scrapped. This exclusive Jack & Bao cut diamond takes two weeks of dedicated effort to create one, absolutely meticulous work.

The third “satellite”, directly opposite the tourbillon, is the time display, which circles the dial every 10 minutes. This was another challenge for the designers, engineers and watchmakers at Jacob & Co. to make the time display sub-dial rotate around the watch and rotate at the same time. If the 12/6 o’clock position is not correct, the It will greatly increase the difficulty of reading time for people. In order to solve this problem, Jake & Bao designed a unique patented differential transmission system to ensure that when the time display disk rotates around the dial, its 12/6 o’clock position is always facing the watch holder.

The fourth “satellite” is a miniature magnesia spray-painted earth, which rotates in 30 seconds and takes 10 minutes to circle the dial.

The three-axis tourbillon rotates non-stop around the dial, so watchmakers need to keep the weight of each tourbillon accurate, otherwise it will affect several other arms of the Astronomia. Although the three-axis tourbillon of the Astronomia series is very complicated to manufacture, it is definitely a visual feast, and it is also one of the many reasons why the Jacob & Co. Jackpot watch is unique in the world of watches.

See-through, unique “transparent” case
The eye-catching rare metal and artificial sapphire crystal case shows everything incisively and vividly, and the crystal case of each replica watch Review is handcrafted. Usually flat man-made sapphire crystals are simple to process and can be manufactured in batches by machines that cannot handle the curved domed sapphire crystals of the Astronomia series. The sapphire crystal cases used by Jacob & Co. typically take several weeks to manufacture, using special equipment and tools to complete.

At the same time, the team of designers and engineers at Jacob & Co. Jake Bao felt that the traditional crown would not match the clean and clear lines of such a transparent case, and that the crown tucked into the movement would prevent the watch from connecting the four ” satellite” arm. Therefore, the crown for time adjustment and winding has been moved to the back of the case, and the watch has two semi-circular crowns that can be lifted, making the winding and time adjustment of the Astronomia Tourbillon watch clear and simple.

The unpretentious custom-made art watch
The basic Astronomia watch is equipped with a bottom dial made of aventurine stone, with four “satellites” rotating above it. Looking like a night sky full of stars, this texture is definitely the best complement to your “solar system on your wrist”. The customizability of the bottom dial has spawned many artistic styles and top luxury playful works for this series.

Celestial Series Tourbillon Art Watch – Tiger

In the 18K gold and sapphire crystal case of the Celestial Tourbillon, a 3D hand-embossed tiger in white gold comes to life. Hand engraving on 18K gold is a great challenge, but Jacob & Co.’s master carver is beyond imagination. A tiger pattern usually takes months to craft, and even the smallest mistakes can lead to failure. A master artist’s work requires constant concentration to complete.

Celestial Series Tourbillon Art Watch – Xianglong

The dragon engraved in 18K rose gold embodies the ultimate details, which requires three months of dedication and hard work by the engraver to present such an auspicious dragon in 18K gold, and then requires exquisite polishing and polishing. Painters complete all the details on the scales: the teeth, the tongue and, of course, the finishing touches.

Celestial Series Tourbillon Art Watch – Three No Apes

The three apes are hand-carved in 18K rose gold, and they cover their eyes, ears and mouth with their hands, representing not seeing, not listening, and not speaking. Inspired by a common Japanese philosophy of life, it reminds people to stay away from right and wrong. Masters of art dedicated to haute complication watchmaking have reproduced these ape statues, handcrafted from 18K rose gold, each with a different look. Despite the intricate and time-consuming carving process, the final product is lifelike and highly symbolic. Lifelike and vivid.

Celestial Series Tourbillon Art Watch – Spider

A great success for the realistic sculpture – the spider’s body rests on four satellites, which needs to be light enough not to interfere with the movement of the movement. The skeleton it carries is made of titanium alloy and platinum wire, while the spider itself is made of duck feathers. The realism presented by this surreal sculpture is enough to make your heart beat.

The ultimate luxury jewelry watch
Jacob & Co. Jack & Bao founder, Mr. Jacob Alebo, has an extraordinary understanding of luxury. In 2001, Jacob & Co. Jack Bao began to transform and create watches, but at the same time, he continued to be active in the field of high jewelry. Precious gems and ingenious inlay art make the brand outstanding in the customization service of gemstone watches, which is also the field that Jake & Bao is good at. All gemstones are carefully selected in terms of quality, volume, color, brightness, etc. Only those gemstones that meet the brand’s strict selection standards and quality control will be used for manual setting.

Jacob & Co. Jackpot Astronomia Tourbillon High Jewelry Watch

So we can see that the advanced watchmaking technology of the Astronomia celestial body series is naturally matched with the gorgeous and eye-catching high-end jewelry craftsmanship.

Jackpot cut diamonds are striking enough on their own. The raw material must be at least 2 carats, and the excess part of the rough stone is removed with a superb cutting process to form a perfectly symmetrical diamond with 288 facets. This is definitely an excellent demonstration of the rich experience and unparalleled professionalism of gem-working technicians.

The gem-set craftsmanship watch of Jacob & Co. Jake Bao celestial body series high jewelry watch shows Jake Bao’s extraordinary craftsmanship, many inspirations and design elements, showing the charming style in each gem, and the charming machine. The core collocation sets off the charm and complements each other.

Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon Editions Limited Edition

There are so many elements that make a Bugatti so fascinating – precision, beauty, performance…everyone could make this list longer. However, it all comes back to the heart of every modern Bugatti: the engine. With the launch of the Jacob & Co. x Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon in April 2020, the special Bugatti feel triggered by the iconic W16 engine is transferred to the watch for the first time. Now, four new editions of this timepiece represent the craftsmanship, dedication and skill that Chiron embodies: the meeting of the top of the automotive industry and the pinnacle of watchmaking.

The four new Chiron Tourbillon watch editions embody Bugatti in every way with the utmost sophistication and extraordinary detailing. All four versions boast a stunning movement made up of 578 individual parts that combine motor and clock designs in surprising ways. Beneath the expansive sapphire crystal is a tiny engine block modeled on the legendary 8,0-liter W16 engine that starts at the touch of a button. The watch is driven by a flying tourbillon tilted 30 degrees.

The new version of the Chiron Tourbillon has been further developed with new materials for the ultimate in personalisation. Inspired by the smooth lines of the Chiron, the overall shape of this stunning timepiece is drawn from its automotive counterparts. The first option consists of a solid sapphire crystal block, sapphire crystal case back and sapphire crystal crown and pushers. This masterpiece is worn on the wrist on a rubber strap with a titanium clasp. The second option – has a case made of 18 karat rose gold with a special anti-reflective sapphire crystal, a visible caseback, also made of 18 karat rose gold, and black DLC The finished crown and pushers feature titanium embossed with the Bugatti logo. This version includes a rubber strap with black DLC titanium and 18 karat rose gold buckle.

18 karat rose gold case
Another limited edition offers an 18-carat rose gold case set with sparkling white diamonds and an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. The visible case back, crown and buttons are made of 18-karat rose gold, which also features white baguette diamonds and a perforated Bugatti logo. The watch is secured by a rubber strap with an 18-carat rose gold buckle set with white diamonds. Featuring an 18-carat white gold case set with 391 black and white diamonds (approximately 20 carats), the Chiron Tourbillon represents the ultimate definition of luxury. The 18-carat white gold case back complements the crown and buttons set with white baguette diamonds. Rubber strap and 18 ct white gold buckle set with 18 white diamonds (approx. 1.76 ct).

The Bugatti experience on your wrist
Once the right crown of the timepiece is pressed, the animation of the legendary Bugatti engine begins. Just as a supercar’s engine kicks off, a “crankshaft” made of solid steel — one of the smallest and most complex single watch parts ever made — spins and the “pistons” pump up and down, mounting them in different ways The angle further adds to the complexity of the movement. Two “turbochargers” on the sides of the engine block spin while the drivetrain is running, adding to the overall spectacle.

The movement is held in four positions by Chiron-style micro shock absorbers. As a result, it floats in the case and the slight up-and-down movement of the mainspring can be observed. This suspension detail posed an additional challenge for watch designers, who had to develop and patent a unique, car-inspired lateral system to ensure that the crown pin would not be damaged by movement in the case. Replica Watches Online

The crown is located on the underside of the case. The time is set by the left crown, the middle crown provides a 60-hour power reserve and animation for winding the movement, while the right crown activates the animation. The power reserve for animation and chronograph is separate, but both wrap around the same crown – clockwise for the movement (60 hours), and counterclockwise for the motor animation (about three activated). The movement’s power reserve even features a petrol pump symbol on the side of the display.

As an interpretation of the Bugatti logo, this timepiece naturally retains the DNA of Bugatti design and also conveys its emotion. In addition to the flying tourbillon bearing the fashion Jacob & Co. logo, the engine compartment is adorned with a subtle EB logo, where the “crankshaft” houses 16 pistons waiting to start. The tourbillon window is modeled after the horseshoe grille, which has always been an integral part of Bugatti supercar design. For the first time in watchmaking, Jacob & Co. x Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon provides a seamless link between supercars and high-quality watchmaking success.

Jacob & Co.’s Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon Orange Sapphire Crystal: An Engine On Your Wrist?

It all started with a concept that Jacob & Co. replica developed in collaboration with Bugatti: to recreate the visceral feel of the famous Bugatti 16-cylinder engine in a watch.

The Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon, which has been in development for almost a year, is the answer. In timepieces, it’s all about honoring the Chiron. Inspired by the smooth lines of the Chiron, the case is designed to replicate the movement or “engine block” of a Bugatti engine mounted behind a large sapphire crystal for all to see.

What is history?
Bugatti and Jacob & Co. announced a multi-year collaboration in 2019 to create one-of-a-kind, never-before-seen timepieces. These timepieces capture the spirit of both organizations while taking watchmaking to new heights.

Two clocks are produced to initiate this performance-driven relationship. The look and spirit of the Bugatti supercar is directly inspired by these watches, which are based on the Twin Turbo Furious and Epic X Chrono. Jacob & Co. and Bugatti launch the Twin Turbo Furious timepiece in 2020, as well as the new collection Bugatti Chiron.

Engine animation
When you press the right-hand crown of the timepiece, the engine comes to life: the crankshaft spins and 16 pistons pump up and down, just like a real internal combustion engine. When the engine is running, two “turbochargers” on the sides of the engine block spin (down from four on the actual Chiron engine), adding to the visual punch.

The Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon achieves an unprecedented achievement: the perfect fusion of engine and watch.

About the tourbillon
The Bugatti Chiron tourbillon uses a 30-degree inclined tourbillon, a first for Jacob & Co. The “flying” component of the tourbillon means that the adjustment mechanism is only supported on one side, making it all the more fascinating. The 30-degree angle makes it easier to appreciate this amazing feat of engineering.

The movement comes to a complete stop in four positions thanks to what appears to be a real Chiron shock. It’s visible inside the case and can be seen moving up and down. Two “exhausts” make up the engine block, completing the engine concept of the design.

The animation and chronograph power reserve are separate, although both are wound via the winding crown, clockwise for the movement and counterclockwise for the engine animation. The universal gas pump logo even sits on the power-reserve indicator at nine o’clock on the side of the gauge for timing.

The crowns are located at the bottom of the case: the left crown sets the time, the middle crown simultaneously winds the movement and animation (60-hour power reserve), and the right crown starts the animation. cheap watches price

The movement’s suspension was a further challenge for the designers, who had to devise (and patent) a unique automotive-style lateral articulation system to prevent damage to the crown posts as the movement rose and fell within the case .

crystal box
One of the pinnacles of fine watchmaking is the case made entirely of coloured sapphire crystal. The Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon sapphire crystal is the result of months of computer-aided design, fabrication and hand polishing. It was a difficult, multi-faceted project that took months to complete. Crafting it with orange sapphire crystal requires several levels of exclusivity and difficulty ladder.

For example, the tonneau-shaped Chiron case consists of multiple geometric surfaces rather than a single one. Then there is the hardness of sapphire. The Mohs hardness is 9. Few materials are harder than diamond with a hardness of 10. Therefore, the case is made with diamond cutting and polishing equipment. Making a case with the same proportions and transparency as the Chiron showcased was expensive and time-consuming, but it was an absolute necessity.

The sapphire crystal was originally a powder that was heated to extremely high temperatures and then grew into a huge round sapphire, the size and shape of a coffee can. This process may take three to fifteen days to complete. This massive sapphire is carved into a piece that will become the shell of the Bugatti Chiron. This piece is hand machined and polished.

The Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon by Jacob & Co. is a world first: a real engine on the wrist!

Brand: Jacob & Co
Model: BU210.80.AE.UA.B
Movement: Manual Winding
Case material: Anti-Reflective Orange Sapphire Crystal and 18K Rose Gold
Case size: 55×44 mm
Glass: Sapphire
Bracelet: Rubber
Glass: Sapphire
Year: 2022