Thomas Prescher's Unique Tempus Vivendi Qatar Watch

Dec 28, 2009
Most prominent as the inventor of the flying Triple Axis Tourbillon, Thomas Prescher creates luxurious and tailor-made timepieces highly demanded among watch collectors and connoisseurs. Thomas Prescher’s timekeeping creations boast excellent design, finest materials and supreme processing.

The latest masterpiece of the watchmaker has been inspired by a wonderful country – Qatar.

The creation of the Tempus Vivendi Qatar watch has been based on a thorough research about the country. Thomas Prescher has been inspired by a picture of the country’s Coat of arms.

Two crossed swords found in a yellow circle are depicted on the coat of arms of Qatar. Between the swords you will notice a traditional sailing boat – dhow. It is sailing beside an island having two palm trees. A white and brown band, featuring a horizontal zigzag line, surrounds the yellow circle.

The dial of the Tempus Vivendi Qatar watch reveals an original interpretation of the nice coat of arms. The retrograde hours and minutes are indicated by the tips of the swords. As soon as the swords are at the end of the index sector, they jump back to the beginning and then rise again.

The watch’s owner has an exclusive choice - he may have the figure continuously indicating the time or staying in its non-temporal state. To allow this choice, specially for his timepieces, Thomas Prescher has created a sophisticated and ingeniously innovative system.

The watch’s owner can make the swords move to their resting position via pushing the button found in the crown. This way he will make the hands reveal the eye-pleasing coat of arms created in gold and noble colors. The second push makes the swords move back and show the time.

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