deLaCour’s symphony of Time and Movement

June 2006

In its relatively short time as a watch brand, deLaCour has already created some remarkable timepieces. Groundbreaking, imaginative, intricate, mechanical marvels, the watches nevertheless seem to have a basic simplicity. The art of simplifying complex complications however, stems from the genius of the designer, Pierre Koukjian, a man with a million design ideas, but only twenty-four hours a day to accomplish them. The new Saqra GMT Segmental is the perfect example of how deLaCour has simplified life for GMT users by creating an instantly readable 24-hour readout.


Stainless steel timepiece equipped with an automatic ETA 2892 movement. Also available in 18 carat rose or white gold and rose gold and titanium. The days of the week fragmented into GMT time.
Rapid and easy to read, each day of the week is split into 24-hour segments, permitting an instant reading of the a.m. or p.m. in addition to the day of the week in the place wherever you are in the world.
Large date at 12 o’clock, 7 x 24 = 168 hours of the week. Small seconds at 6 o’clock in a circle at 6 o’clock decorated by a comet highlighting the passing of time.
Patent pending: EP06101306.6



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Source: Europa Star April-May 2006 Magazine Issue