Meet Haldimann Horology H8 Sculptura Watch

Mar 03, 2010
The watchmaking house Haldimann Horology is delighted to present its fascinating H8 Sculptura watch. A true embodiment of the brands spirit, the watch has been produced utilizing just traditional watchmaking tools.

The new Haldimann Horology watch is instantly identifiable thanks to its intriguing dial, which eloquently conveys the transience of time without featuring indications of time. The black dial is highlighted by the central flying tourbillon.

The unique watch is an achievement born under the keen eyes and dexterous hands of Beat Haldimann, an outstanding specialist, the winner of the Gaia Prize in 2009.

Ticking inside this marvelous creation is a manually-wound movement - H.Zen-H calibre. It incorporates a tourbillon with three barrels. The movement runs at 18,000 vibrations per hour.

The eye-catching H8 Sculptura watch employs a platinum case, which is available with the diameter of 39mm or 42 mm. On the dial side it is armed with a convex sapphire crystal. The watch is also fitted with a sapphire case-back. The case is capable of withstanding water pressures down to 30 meters.

The Haldimann Horology H8 Sculptura watch is secured to the wearers wrist on a black hand-sewn alligator leather strap, finished with a platinum clasp or buckle.

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