Featured at 9 o’clock, the night/day indicator has infused the timepiece with an intangible aura of mystery. The exquisitely embellished disc, rotating through the rhythm of hours, displays a sun or a full moon. Both a technical surprise and a visual excitement, this complication may be of great advantage in polar nights in the northern country.
The power reserve indicator, arranged at 4 o’clock, is a complication extremely useful in daily life. It represents a graduated circle arc fitted with a hand, which indicates how much charge is left in the movement's mainspring. It is critical for a watch to have at least 30% of its mainspring wound in order to run at a regular rate. Therefore, the hand’s location in the superior part of the indicator ensures more accurate timekeeping.
Carefully thought out down to the last detail, the Yonger & Bresson Victor Hugo watch offers a clever blend of elegance and a highly accomplished aesthetic design. This extraordinary watch is available with a 46 mm modern case sculptured in polished steel. It is endowed with a crimping crown, marked with the brand logo.
The watch case frames an alluring dial distinguished by a highly delicate finish. Pointing to the hours, minutes and seconds are luminous hands, which assure a good level of darkness visibility. Protecting the dial is a curved sapphire crystal. The new creation from Yonger & Bresson is presented on a croco style leather strap.