After the successful launch of the Quantième Perpetual Au Grand Balancier collection in 2012, Swiss luxury watch brand ANTOINE MARTIN introduces a new model with a partially cut-out dial, giving the watch a subtle technical touch.
The case is hardly to be topped in terms of complexity. In order to showcase the wondrous interplay of polishing and satin finishing, this case was conceived to include detachable strap lugs. Thus, the recesses are polished to a high gloss, while the upper parts remain matte. The strikingly designed flanks, which lend the case its unique lines, are also individually secured. An unmistakable element of an ANTOINE MARTIN watch is certainly the crown, which is reminiscent of classic Bauhaus design. This case in its entirety is a lavish construction comprising 84 individual components. It is made of stainless steel with a black bezel DLC treated (diamond like carbon coated).
ANTOINE MARTIN Perpetual Calendar QP01 model), in which twin mainsprings ensure a power reserve of six days, is outfitted with a perpetual calendar and a large date. The visual cherry on top is the extra-large balance crafted in Grade 5 titanium boasting an incredible diameter of 17.5 mm.
This model is available in a stainless steel case with a black DLC coated bezel.
Model: Quantième Perpétuel au Grand Balancier „open dial“
Hand-wound movement with six days power reserve
Case: stainless steel with black DLC-coated bezel
Double anti-reflective sapphire crystal
Black rubber strap with deployment buckle
Suggested retail price: CHF 42‘000.-