Jumping Second Pilot Manual black dial
The main characteristic of the basic version of second model in the history of Habring2 is its tidy and clear dial. All hands turn at the centre of the dial including the seconds hand. Whilst this doesn’t depict a speciality in watchmaking, it is the movement of the seconds hand that indicates the passing of time. This is not the familiar, more or less continuous pace (known as creeping second) but, in the true meaning of the words, a jumping pace. This jumping second action, normally associated with quartz watches, was in fact state-of-the-art long before their appearance, jumping seconds were already realised in pocket watches in the 18th century.
Habring2 rejuvenates the jumping second feature with a fresh, contemporary dial and minimalistic design treatment coupled with its signature, brush-polished steel pilot case.
The result is a timepiece built by renowned watchmaker Richard Habring, presented in the unmistakable Habring2 style that accentuates minimalistic design features and clear legibility. A terrific addition to any collection and a joy to wear.
- Movement in-house A11MS
- Manually wound
- Case diameter 42mm
- Indication of hours and minutes
- Inhouse-developed dead beat center seconds device
- Triovis regulation system
- Escapement parts in chronometer quality
- Shockprotected according DIN and NIHS
- 20 (A09MS) jewels
- Power reserve after being fully wound: approx. 48 hours
- 70 (A09MS) maintenance relevant parts