The renowned watch company Pierre Kunz has pleasantly surprised its faithful admirers by its captivating Blaktop transparent dial watch. The timepiece is immediately distinguishable by its charismatic design. The aesthetic appeal of the novelty lies in the decidedly innovative writings or drawings, which decorate its dial openings.
The transparent tinted black and tinted light blue dial is completed with an oversized date aperture at 6 o’clock, as well as a retrograde time-zone and a day/night indicator at 11 o’clock. Trimmed simply with organic index in metal, the dial also depicts the scene, sun or moon. Due to the sector, located at 11 o’clock, the sun rises on the cartoon side and sets, being replaced by the moon with a thousand craters and transfigured stars.
Ticking inside this amazing horological product is a self-winding movement - calibre PK 2001-1523, which uses ETA 2892 as its base. Paved with 38 rubies, this mechanism measures 25.6mm in diameter and is 3.6mm high. The movement operates at a frequency of 28, 800 vibrations per hour and offers a 42-hour power reserve.
The core of the new Pierre Kunz watch is enclosed in a 44 mm case designed in a fluted empire-style. Being 11.85mm high, it is crafted from stainless steel or Blaktop steel. The case is assembled with a sapphire crystal. It is equipped with a push-piece crown, which facilitates handling the time-zone.
The Pierre Kunz Blaktop transparent dial watch is mounted on a hand-stitched alligator leather strap. It is capable of withstanding water pressures down to 30 meters.