Meet l'Epee Le Duel Clock

May 12, 2010
The watchmaking brand l'Epee is pleased to unveil its new bewitching Le Duel clock. The aesthetic appeal of the clock lies in a clever blend of artistic freedom and cutting-edge technology.

The original clock reveals the emblem of the brand represented by two crossed swords. They show that the power reserve is at maximum. As the power reserve decreases, the angle gradually grows bigger. Finally, in a 40-day time, the logo is reversed, which means it is necessary to wind the clock to keep it in operation.

Always in quest of excellence, l'Epee has also fitted its brainchild with two other retrograde swords, which follow the rhythm of this enthralling duel for 20 seconds. Afterwards, they instantly come back to their on guard position.

The clock is powered by a manually-wound movement with a decorative key. Palladium-finished, it features Cotes-de-Geneve embellishment. Adorned with 45 jewels, the mechanism is equipped with the escapement device viewable from the top.

The movement serves to display the functions of hours, minutes, double retrograde seconds, as well as that of power reserve.

The entire mechanism is enclosed in a case, which boasts the dimensions of 207mm x 177mm x 110 mm. The l'Epee Le Duel clock will surely thrill the discerning public in search for exclusivity.

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