Introducing: The Harry Winston Project Z9, A Flyback Self-Winding Chronograph Cased In Proprietary Zalium Alloy
The 44.2 mm case has a combination of shot-impacted and silk completed surfaces (ordinary of the Project Z arrangement) and has a high recurrence development, beating at 36,000 vph (equivalent to the Zenith El Primero). Development measurements are 31.8 mm x 6.95 mm, and the equilibrium spring is silicon. The dial-side engineering comprises of two upper extensions that help the chronograph moment and hour enlists; these are as two trapezoids with an inward track and external track, combined with twofold headed hands (in this way, for example, in the minutes register 0-15 minutes are appeared on the external track, and 15-30 on the inner).
Below, a subsequent lattice outlines the date window, just as the “shuriken” style pivoting capacity marker (another normal element of Project Z watches). This new expansion to the Project Z family, and to the Ocean Collection (the case has a water obstruction rating of 100 meters) will be a restricted version of 100 pieces, evaluated at $23,000. Look at it at Harry Winston on the web .
Project Z9 by Harry Winston: Zalium-composite cased, 44.2 mm x 13.2 mm, 100 m water safe with sapphire precious stones front and back. Development, type HW33034, 36,000 vph flyback chronograph with 30 moment and 12 hour registers, with date. Openworked dial; dark elastic hobnail design lash with Zalium buckle.
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