Concord C1 QuantumGravity: Extreme watch-making

The C1 QuantumGravity, which was designed and developed by the C Lab series, is devised to push the boundaries of mechanical watch making. The watch defies all traditional design patterns as well as mechanical equations. To start with, it has a perpendicular power reserve that is an amalgamation of verticality and fluidity. The dial of the watch has been rid of the traditional design and display codes to make way for the mobile glass column, located between 12 and 1 o’ clock, which works as a power reserve with a vertical indicator. A tube in the dial is filled with liquid featuring green phosphorescent nanoparticles to assist in reading. On the mechanical side, the energy gauge operates perpendicularly to the caliber to the available three day power reserve.

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The dial of the watch is a Titanium case with White Gold elements embedded with 44 jewels including 5 sapphire crystals. Other specifications include a mechanical manually wound movement, Caliber Concord C104 movement, Bi-axial Tourbillon, 21,600 vibrations per hour and the strap is made of black vulcanized rubber.