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Arnold & Son True North Perpetual

Posted by wristwatch on August 20, 2007

The development of the Arnold & Son True North Perpetual watch might not have been possible a few years ago. Using cutting-edge development and production technologies, the team of the Arnold & Son brand of English origin and Geneva watchmaker Jean-Marc Wiederrecht, of Agenhor SA, have accomplished several highly original feats in order to achieve the result of true solar time.

Using the revolutionary technology of gears with elastic toothing, the movement is also equipped with a three-level going-train comprising an interior toothing (patented by Agenhor SA). The finely decorated movement features the “1764” secret signature appearing as an openworked engraving on one of its wheel bars. The entire complicated movement is driven by the famous 7-day power-reserve movement produced by Jaquet SA exclusively for Arnold & Son.

Exclusive mechanical hand-winding 7-day movement calibre A1794. 45 mm white gold case. Also available in rose gold as 1QPAR.S03A.C40B for $61,000.00. Water resistant to 100 feet (30 metres). True Solar Time read off on 24h dial (outer ring). True North solar compass. Longitude correction scale (bottom of outer ring). Double equation of time. Moon phase.



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