Designed with precision, this watch visualizes the perceived extensibility of time. The brushed surface accentuates the clear lines of the case by contrasting them with light-reflecting effects.
Limited to 50 pieces in brushed case
The design "VISUREN #22" reinterprets the iconic sunburst and transforms it into an expressive interpretation of time. The recurring condensation of the sun's rays on the small second dial seems to accelerate the passage of time, while the even distribution of the hour indices re-esteblishes continuity.
Functions: Hours, minutes, small second, date with quick correction and stop-second
Case: stainless steel, brushed
Dimensions: 40 X 47 X 11.2 mm
Caliber: Sellita SW290-1, automatic
Crystal: mineral glass, sapphire coated and antireflection coated
Water resistance: 3 ATM
Strap: cowhide leather, black, one side bar stitching orange
Clasp: stainless steel, polished
Design dial: Christoph Ruppli
Reference number: 12471 / 0102
Luminous material in pad printing: Superluminova BL 1375C LE GRADE-A
Our high-contrast watches play with archetypes and thus shed new light on the well-known.
The case picks up on classic watch shapes, but creates an independent character through faceting and clear edges. The shape is cut from a block, curves are reduced to a minimum, the watches appear almost brutal at first glance. The design nevertheless feels pleasantly familiar thanks to the play with known basic types.
The bracelet comes with quick-release spring bars and has a single-sided latch stitching on the crown side typical for Belchengruppe.
We use calibers from Sellita in our watches. Like our watchmaker, Sellita is based in La Chaux-de-Fonds and is one of the largest and best-known manufacturers of Swiss movements.
An automatic calibre SW290-1 in the Premium (Top) version ticks in the 1247 120°. The date ring is exclusively printed with the Belchen Grotesk font, the Belchengruppe's house font. With 31 jewels, Incabloc shock protections and a frequency of 28'800 A/H (4 Hz), it has a power reserve of at least 38 hours with an average rate deviation of ±4 seconds per day.
And if something does need repairing: the spare parts are freely available, any watchmaker can order them and bring your favourite time piece back in working order.