|Opus Tale Mitrajit Bhattacharya unravels the Opus X in conversation with watchmaker Jean-Francois Mojon (right) and Head of Production, Harry Winston, Didier Decker (left)
If I am not mistaken, the rule governing the Opus is that there is no rule?
This year, it’s just the opposite. Maybe you don’t have the same ‘wow’ effect, but once you see the watch working, it will have the same ‘wow’ effect Winnings 2013 Download. It is very elegant and beautiful. Instantly you can make out that this is a very technical watch. For the 10th anniversary we wanted to create something technically interesting and different with a totally new movement, designed only for this watch.
So, what Jean-Francois Mojon did is that he decided to think about time and the rotation of time, which is quite classical, because time has always been expressed in a circular way, but within that circular way, he thought about it in a different circular way 영화 킹스맨 다운로드. So, what you have here is a double time zone; the first time zone is a 24-hour one, indicated by the small yellow hour HW logo, and you have another time zone on 12 hours, the minutes, and the seconds. When you set the watch, you have absolutely everything moving at the same time. It is called a planetary gear and you have 172 moving pieces, all rotating at the same time 12 Soldiers!
What were the technical challenges you faced while putting it in place?
Jean-Francois Mojon is a person we’ve worked with for many years. Jean-Francois came up with this great idea. So, I will let him introduce himself 키친 플래너 다운로드.
JM: It’s nice to meet you. After studying engineering, I joined the Swatch Group and later, IWC, where I was in charge of quality and development. I founded my company five years back.
When did you approach Harry Winston for Opus X?
I think it’s a fantastic power reserve and the red one has a linear movement.
Is it for the first time 트래블러 1화 다운로드?
Does this watch use two barrels?
How would you describe the designing of the Opus, apart from its technical aspects farpoint spread?
Is there any similarity between the Opus X and Ulysse Nardin’s Freak?