Concord C1 Tourbillon POP Gravity Watch - Resolutely Unconventional

Dec 05, 2011
Concord is glad to introduce its new C1 Tourbillon POP Gravity watch. It demonstrates a resolutely unconventional character, casted in the Pop Art style.

Reserved specially for collectors, the company’s latest brainchild captures attention with its skeletonized dial with a black-treated base. It is covered by an anodized aluminum perforated grid. The elements on the surface of the new Concord watch are executed in 4 color variations: green, yellow, blue and pink.

The model’s face features an off-centered hour and minute display. The seconds are shown on the side of the tourbillon carriage. Set within the dial is also a power reserve display. It is joined by a trust index, which indicates the amplitude of the balance and allows the wearer to maintain faultless precision through controlled winding. The display also offers the fly-back chronograph functions - hours and minutes.

Protecting the dial is a 3.3mm thick sapphire crystal, anti-reflective on both sides. The glass is held in place by a massive bezel with decorative elements - 7 blocks in black rubber coated 18K white gold. The bezel is incorporated into the structure of a titanium case with a protective ring. Its measurements are 48.5 mm x 18.5 mm.

The new Concord C1 Tourbillon POP Gravity watch is equipped with an external crankcase at 5 o’clock, which encloses the tourbillon carriage. The model also features an open back part, secured with 8 screws and marked with the inscription “Audace - Savoir-Faire - Avant-Garde”. The water-resistance of the case is assured down to 3 atm.

The timepiece accommodates a mechanical hand-wound Concord Caliber C100 16th Chrono Flyback tourbillon movement. Built on 38 jewels, it operates at a frequency of 21,600 vibrations per hour and allows for an 84-hour power reserve.

The new Concord watch is mounted on a black rubberized alligator leather strap with blue, pink, green or yellow stitching. Each version terminates in an 18-carat white gold folding clasp with a Concord cover.

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