Closer Look: Harry Winston Opus 12

Harry Winston’s Opus 12, created in partnership with Emmanual Bouchet, has clearly been one of the attention-grabbers at Baselworld 2012.  In my first look at the Opus 12, I shared video as well as discussion of how the piece works.  Now I just want to revisit the piece with some press photos provided by Harry Winston.  I will also again point out some of the salient features of the watch, but if this is the first you have seen this watch, I do recommend that you visit my “Opus 12 first look and overveiw” for more details on how the watch works.

Harry Winston Opus 12 by Emmanuel Bouchet

limited edition 120 pieces

46mm polished white gold case (Zalium mid-section),manual-wind mechanical movement (607 parts, 2 barrels, 24 hands, 45 hr power reserve), on black alligator strap with white gold buckle


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  • TheNotoriousROB

    So how long would the pause be when someone asks you the time?  Uh…uhhhh… carry the two, and uhh…

    • Perpetuelle

      seriously, it takes only a millisecond more than a normal three handed watch to tell time.

    • Aficionado

      you must be a moron buddy and by the way you don’t now anything about watches this is a masterpiece.

      • Perpetuelle

        @b87f3fa4bbb21877eebf7e702e53f89b:disqus No, @TheNotoriousROB:disqus is a serious watch enthusiast and he comments here often. I think his comment was somewhat tongue-in-cheek, but as I said it is actually quite easy to tell time once you understand the system.
        Thanks to you both for commenting.

    • James Bond

      If you are more motion picture oriented perhaps you should watch the video. It illustrates perfectly how this timepiece functions.

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