When designing his first watch, industrial designer Benoît
Mintiens asked himself: “If mechanical watches were an invention
of the 21st century, what would they look like?” His answer:
a mono-surface dial composed of discs adjusted to the micron.
Exit the physical hands. These are replaced by simple northsouth
graphical lines reproducing the angles at which we are
used to reading the time. The main and auxiliary dials are in
constant rotation, like moons around a planet. Numerous technical
innovations upderpin this achievement.
Type 2 e-Crown Concept
New Concept Movement with ROCS and e-Crown systems. Winding: Automatic
Hours, minutes, seconds, mode selector, e-Crown setting functions.
Grey nylon strap
The very latest,
the e-Crown, has an in-house embedded electro-mechanical
system capable of recording, controlling, adjusting and above
all setting the time of the Type 2 e-Crown® Concept without any