Monday, May 21, 2012
This watch is nuts. Concord C1 Quantum Gravity. As if the designers thought to re-position all the watch parts just to see if they could. The result is a very expensive, but very unique watch that re-envisions the spacial housing that normally defines a watch. At $450k, I hope so.
An aerial bi-axial tourbillon mechanism. A vertical power reserve. Individualist seconds. A stripped-down dial and spectacular volumes: the latest specimen from the C Lab Series defies all theories. Even better, it creates its own rules: emptiness is its core material, engineering its constancy; chemistry a dare and transparency a must.Designed and developed by the C Lab Series, the C1 QuantumGravity symbolizes unrestricted and unconstrained time, where only impulse and intuition prevail.A special unit dedicated to extreme watchmaking, the C Lab Series has a mission: to push the boundaries of mechanical watch making by introducing it to new modes of expression
for all the gory technical details, check out this article from Expensive World.