Harry Winston Opus Eleven watch simply looks complicated

The new Opus Eleven by Harry Winston is an example of packing the right ingredients albeit a lot to create something very appealing. The watch has a series of gears and placards combined to look complicated but apparently isn’t so as it is used to only display the hour every 60 minutes. Every new hour, the numeral of the hour gets assembled in the center of the circle, explodes into chaos and then reassembles itself. In the place of a hand, 24 placards revolve around the watch. Limited to just 111 pieces, the watch costs $230,000 and was displayed at the Baselworld 2011.

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