Introducing: The F.P. Journe Monopusher Split-Seconds Chronograph For Only Watch 2017

Introducing: The F.P. Journe Monopusher Split-Seconds Chronograph For Only Watch 2017

You are taking a gander at a F.P. Journe monopusher split-seconds chronograph in a 44mm tantalum case! Indeed, you’re perusing that effectively. This is a tantalum case with a blue dial ( a la the Chronometre Bleu  and last circumvent’s fruitful extraordinary Tourbillon Souverain ) and it’s 44mm in measurement! The catch at two o’clock is start/stop/reset while the catch at four o’clock is the rattrapante activator. The development is a completely new 15 ligne type made completely of rose gold with steel highlights. It has a force save of 80 hours and each switch and spring is reflect cleaned. That is 80 hours with the chronograph running, Journe rushes to call attention to. The entire watch, however 44mm in measurement, is very slight at simply 11.5mm top to bottom. 

The dial highlights running seconds at nine o’clock and a 30-minute counter at three o’clock. The hands are blued steel and cream, and the blue chrome dial highlights orange tachymeter and yellow telemeter scales. Presently, you may be pondering, where in the world would F.P. Journe get the motivation to make an exceptional part seconds chronograph at 44mm? We should simply say he has an excellent companion that regularly wears a Journe tourbillon (or Grande Sonnerie ) on one wrist and a Rolex split-seconds chronograph (ref. 4113) on the other . Also, that 4113 from Rolex – the most complicated watch at any point made by the Crown – yes, it’s a two register, 44mm watch with a brief counter at three o’clock. It’s all coming together currently, right? Here is a more critical glance at that delightful in-house and completely extraordinary type for Only Watch 2017.

The subtleties of this new type are simply staggering: roundabout stripes on the extensions, with a baseplate that is round grained. The screw heads are cleaned and the openings are chamfered. Stakes get cleaned, adjusted edges and all steel parts are inclined with straight graining. 

F.P. Journe has put a gauge of CHF 200,000 to 400,000 on this strikingly cool 44mm split-seconds chronograph, however considering the 2015 Tourbillon Souverain brought more than $500,000 and that was a current model for another situation metal, this chronograph could fly

Only Watch 2017 is facilitated by Christie’s and will happen November 11, 2017, in Geneva. More to come.