Milus Tirion TriRetrograde Seconds Skeleton Titanium Bicolour

Sep 14, 2009
Milus has recreated its highly successful Tirion TriRetrograde Seconds Skeleton watch in a bicolor interpretation. The boldly designed timepiece demonstrates a fine combination of titanium and 18K red gold.

The retrograde seconds function is presented via three 20-second sectors, animated by an exclusive automatic-winding Swiss-quality mechanical movement.

Fans of the brand are already aware that the name of the Tirion watch has been suggested by the easily recognizable constellation of Orion, the brightest in the heavens.

The imposing 9-part titanium case measures 45mm in diameter. The unique two-layer dial of the Milus watch is framed by an 18K red gold bezel.

The dial features the movement base covered by genuine carbon fibre, while the second level represents a plate in the same material. Completed with Arabic hour numerals and indices, the dial offers supreme legibility. The large date display is found at 6 o'clock.

The round inner skeleton part demonstrates the three seconds-display sectors working in flying relay clockwise. Your glance will be caught by amazing second hands shaped as an oscillating rotor. considers that true watch connoisseurs will be deeply impressed by a magic dance performed by the originally-shaped seconds hands.

The case back of the watch reveals a round convex sapphire crystal window that allows to rest ones eyes on the movement, incorporating the skeleton oscillating weight created as the Milus logo featuring the engraved symbol of the brand in the centre.

The Milus Tirion TriRetrograde Seconds Skeleton Titanium Bicolour watch embraces the wrist with a comfortable-to-wear alligator leather strap provided with rubber coating.

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