Numbered series at 264 pieces per color
Skeletonized Japanese automatic mechanism 11 ½, 24 jewels, frequency 28800 beats per hour, power reserve 42 hours
Hour, minute and small second with counterweight, date at 3 o’clock
Barénia calf skin, saddle stitching
UTINAM Besançon - Philippe Lebru’s company - carefully selected the component manufacturers. The watch case was 3D printed in one piece by laser fusion additive manufacturing, using the equipment at the UIMM Besancon training centre (and their in-house Créativ Lab).
By using this manufacturing process, the colour of the metal can be left as it is and complex curves can be formed directly without subsequent re-work. The watch hands were made in a one-hundred-year-old factory based in Morteau ; and the strap, hand stitched in handsome brown leather, is the work of a Besancon based artisan.