So this is just the inner heart of a new watch movement by makers of the Horological Machine series of watches. That’s right: this thing that looks like an Interceptor Drone is actually part of a watch.
No specs or description on here but it looks like the watch uses a sliding scale dial to display the hours and minutes. I can’t tell if there’s a tourbillon in there but I suspect they’re doing something odd with the balance wheel regardless. Crazy stuff. We’ll find out more in July.
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