Neuhaus Inventing Timepieces Presents Janus Double Speed Watch

Jun 14, 2011
The German horological company Neuhaus Inventing Timepieces is happy to unveil its new Janus Double Speed watch.


Highly innovative, the new Neuhaus Inventing Timepieces watch is equipped just with an hour hand. It winds in double speed that is 360 in six hours. Each hour has two cyphers, six hours apart from each other. The hour includes half hours, quarters and five-minute sections. Because of the double speed, these sections are twice as large as normal, which ensures their excellent legibility.

Beneath the dial there is a black and white disc. It turns, indicating the change of colors, which takes two seconds. The indication is luminous and improves the visibility of the display when light becomes darkness. The five-minute sections are not available at night.

The new Neuhaus Inventing Timepieces Janus Double Speed watch features a 44mm double-part case. It is crafted from stainless steel. At 3 oclock the case features a unique crown, fitted with a silicone ring to assure an ergonomic grip. On its front side, the crown is marked with an emblem.

The front side of the model is shielded by an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. The six fold screwed bottom is also endowed with a sapphire glass. The case is water-resistant down to 3 atm.

Ticking inside the timekeeper is a hand-wound ETA 6498 Unitas movement. It incorporates 17 ruby bearing jewels, Geneva stripes and blued screws. The mechanism operates at 18,000 vibrations per hour.

The new Neuhaus Inventing Timepieces watch is worn on a black leather strap. It can be also accessorized with an individually adjustable steel bracelet.

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