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For Baselworld 2017, Arnold & Son unveiled another masterfully skeletonized watch which conveys the brand’s conceptual DNA forward. The Arnold & Son DBG Skeleton is the most recent addition to the DBG (Double-Balance GMT) set that we analyzed the first, non-skeletonized version of in larger detail back in 2013. For all those unfamiliar with this piece, it’s essentially two movements which share a winding system, housed in one watch. Skeletonized, this view looks amazing and is the perfect illustration of Arnold & Son’s relentless progress.First, a little bit more about Arnold & Son’s DBG system. Every time display is powered with its own barrel, with its own equipment train, escapement, and balance, while sharing one winding system. While this isn’t always unprecedented, because of the offsets of the shared elements when compared with the individual components, it’s not always pretty, and rarely skeletonized. However, with all the DBG Skeleton, we see almost perfect symmetry on the dial along with caseback.The unusual nature of the in-house A&S1309 movement allows for a few added mechanical and practical benefits. For example, due to the distinct barrel, gear train, and escapement/balance, the GMT purpose comprises a “moments” hand instead of the conventional 24-hour counter only. Every time zone screen in the Arnold & Son DBG Skeleton could be set to incremental quarters of the hour. So for a few Indian, Australian, and Canadian time zones which are off by half-hours, for example, the watch can account for that. Moreover, the Equation of Time display at 12 o’clock decides the difference between each screen, in addition to whether it is night or day in the next time zone. The A&S1309 beats at 21,600bph and features a 40-hour power book.
The Arnold & Son UTTE Skeleton comes at a 42mm 5N red gold case, which can be as beautifully crafted as the movement. The dial area, that’s the broadest section, additionally offers an extra-large sapphire glass to showcase that the grade A&S8220 in all its glory. The bottom of the case is made thinner to fit snugly on the wrist.The Arnold & Son UTTE Skeleton watch is going to be restricted to just 50 pieces, and every watch will come with a hand-stitched brownish or black alligator leather strap with a fitting 5N reddish gold buckle using the Arnold & Son logo. Arnold & Son produces some beautiful moon phase watches, also there is a new piece in the group with a new twist. Having a second three-dimensional moon, the Arnold & Son HM Double Hemisphere Perpetual Moon watch maintains the visual allure of earlier models but affords the wearer a view of the moon from both the southern and northern hemispheres. The tasteful gold constellations along with the gorgeous blue guilloché dial make sure this bit fits in just perfectly with the rest of the line along with the brand for a whole.Measuring in at 42mm, the Arnold & Son HM Double Hemisphere Perpetual Moon instance is offered in 18 karat red gold, even though perhaps in the long run a stainless steel variant is going to be offered. Whatever the case, the gold with the deep blue guilloché dial is just simply amazing. The three dimensional moons themselves are 11.2mm, and are joined by the golden stars resulting in a totally mesmerizing appearance. Regal is the term to describe this dialup, and Arnold & Son have produced a piece that can make fans absolutely salivate.
One of the greatest issues in regards to precision is moderating the source of power to the regulating organ of the timepiece (in this case, that the tourbillon featured at the lower right quadrant of the dial). The mainspring, for example every component of the size, is vulnerable to certain molecular inconsistencies acquired during the production process. Any external or internal inconsistency could result in a fluctuation of power delivered into the gear train. And that is before one even considers the drastic drop-off in torque once the mainspring sufficiently uncoils. Since the mainspring winds down, the amount of power delivered into the escapement dips. This can possibly play havoc with all the timekeeping, therefore Arnold & Son have attempted to remove this mistake by simply installing a “constant-force” mechanism. The modern incarnation of the business that lay dormant for over a century is doing what it can to reconnect with the source of its inspiration.Practically talking, this component takes the place of a fuseé, which can be an age-old continuous force complication we have seen on aBlogtoWatch very recently in the new Zenith Academy Georges Favre-Jacot Anniversary piece (read the review here), for instance. To compensate for the inevitable drop-off in power generated with a single barrel in a normal set-up, Arnold & Son have started out with two gaseous barrels in string. The first barrel powers the equipment train, while the second barrel tops up the torque of the first whenever it drops below the best level. However, their invention does not stop there.
The Arnold & Son UTTE Skeleton comes in a 42mm 5N reddish gold case, and it is as beautifully crafted as the movement. The dial part, that’s the broadest section, also offers an extra-large sapphire glass to showcase the grade A&S8220 in all its glory. The base of the case is made narrower to fit closely on the wrist.The Arnold & Son UTTE Skeleton watch will be limited to only 50 pieces, and each watch will come with a hand-stitched brown or black alligator leather strap with a matching 5N reddish gold buckle with the Arnold & Son logo. Cost is $76,750. Arnold & Son creates some beautiful moon phase watches, and there’s a new piece in the collection with a fresh spin. Having a second three-dimensional moon, the Arnold & Son HM Double Hemisphere Perpetual Moon watch maintains the visual allure of previous models but gives the wearer a view of the moon from both the southern and northern hemispheres. The elegant golden constellations along with the gorgeous blue guilloché dial make sure this piece fits in just perfectly with the remainder of the line and the brand for a whole.Measuring in at 42mm, the Arnold & Son HM Double Hemisphere Perpetual Moon case is offered at 18 karat red gold, although perhaps in the future a stainless steel version will be provided. Whatever the situation, the golden with the deep blue guilloché dial is just simply beautiful. The three dimensional moons themselves are 11.2mm, and are linked with the gold stars resulting in an absolutely mesmerizing look. Regal is the term to describe this particular dial, and Arnold & Son have made a bit that will make fans completely salivate.
This article is literally the 5th or 6th time I’ve written concerning the Arnold & Son Time Pyramid, therefore for regular readers, my apologies for repeating myself. With these sexy images of the Arnold & Son Time Pyramid Steel Translucent I couldn’t help but dive into the watch again. In addition to the advantage of the especially colored sapphire crystal caseback on this model, I think that the exact same approach can (and should) be used on additional skeletonized dial and motion watches. It really becomes a real problem to inhibit the beauty of a completely skeletonized design with the fact that if folks wear these watches that they do not really want to stare in their very own skin through the dial.Inside that the Arnold & Son Time Pyramid is the brand’s in-house-made caliber A&S1615 manually wound mechanical motion I continue to love. It isn’t only the motion is intended to look cool – though it is – but rather the movement has some intriguing mechanical features to boot. For instance, the double power reserve indicators are part of a system which uses two mainspring barrels to get a quasi-constant induce mechanism. The notion is that a primary mainspring barrel is used until it mostly melts. At that point, the energy coming from it is too unreliable to power the gear train for precise timekeeping. So, then the secondary mainspring barrel kicks in to ensure the most continuous power in order that the A&S1615 movement is more accurate throughout its 90 hours of power reserve.
The case measures in at 44mm, will probably be available in rose gold, and is water-resistant around 30m. The dial is totally skeletonized with dual balances set against C?tes de Genève stripes, giving a nice contrast and extra girth. The time zone indicators, as with previous versions, differ with Arabic and Roman numerals against an increasingly popular smoked background. I feel these include an eclectic touch to virtually identical parts of this watch. Considering that the movement does contain independent time zone components, every time zone is handled by its own crown, or “ears” as some enthusiasts refer to them, at 3 and 9 o’clock. Each time zone is set with its individual crown, while the watch is wound solely by the crown at 3 o’clock. Overall, the aesthetic refinements to the dial and the symmetry of the Arnold & Son DBG Skeleton watch will refresh and breathe fresh life to the Arnold & Son DBG. It manages to display the intricate and striking details of a very complex timepiece without delving into the “too busy” class that many tend to fall into if tackling such a intricate endeavor. While I could definitely see a white gold or platinum alternative later on, I think that this is a welcome addition to the collection, and one I’d be eager to wear. 1DGAP. S10A.C120P is going to probably be limited to 30 pieces and will take a price of $38,850 which is really a few thousand dollars less than what the original DBG watch in gold cost.
Although the modern Arnold & Son is currently owned by the Citizen Group and continues to be revived in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, the legacy of precision timekeeping, advancements in escapement engineering, and Breguet’s influence can still be felt with this timepiece. The Arnold & Son DBG Skeleton essentially combines two movements, each with their particular barrel, equipment train, escapement, and equilibrium, combined by one winding system and one centralized second hand. Both dials for house time and GMT are powered with their own dedicated movements, permitting each to be set independently via a dual crown system at 3 and 9 o’clock. Coolness factor apart, this also includes a practical benefit in having the ability to place GMT time into the moment, which is particularly beneficial when dealing with time zones cancel by 30 minutes such as parts of India, Australia, and Canada.In contrast to the non-skeletonized version of the Arnold & Son DBG we reviewed previously, this incarnation sacrifices some legibility in order to better show that beautifully symmetrical motion. A ring of smoked sapphire crystal is used for every dial to help attract the numerals more into focus against the hectic background without completely obscuring it, which is a clever move. GMT time may also be differentiated via the dial’s usage of skeletonized hands and Roman numerals, compared to the Arabic numerals and solid hands featured on the house time dial. Unlike the last version, the palms on the Arnold & Son DBG Skeleton are gilded instead of blued, which can be visually a wonderful complement to the exposed equilibrium wheels but also makes them difficult to view at a glance.
|Brand||Arnold & Son|
|Location||United States of America, Florida, Aventura|
|Power reserve||42 h|
|Number of jewels||41|
|Case diameter||47 mm|
|Dial numerals||Roman numerals|
|Date, Month, GMT, Equation of time|
|Only Original Parts|
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Arnold & Son Hornet World Timer Automatic GMT 1H6AS.B05A.C79F Watch
Mint Condition, 100% Authentic, All Functions are perfectly working.
With aftermarket travel box, Comes with Original Instruction manual,
including BTW warranty
Retail price $22,725
The Hornet World Timer has no fewer than six central hands. They are driven by wheels with special split teeth, manufactured using (LIGA) technology, to ensure play-free movement. The watch can display three time zones: the two pointed hands indicate 24 time zones on the outer ring, while the golden sun-tipped hand can be set to show time zone in between.
Brand Arnold & Son
Model Hornet WorldTimer Equation of Time
Case Stainless steel, diameter 47 mm.
Dial Black dial, Time zone pushpiece at 2 o’clock. Second time zone or mean solar time adjustment crown at 10 o’clock. World Timer outer ring rotating adjustment at 9 o’clock. Six central hands. 1) Hour triangle red-tipped hands 2) Long minute hand 3) Short hand indicating the months moving over a graduated scale inside the circle of hour-markers 4) Second time zone shown by a long triangle-tipped hand with white superluminova completing a full turn of the dial in 24 hours 5) Third time zone shown by long sun-tipped hand with red superluminova, can be set to show time zones in half-and quarter-hours, a useful aid in parts of the world like India and the Pacific. It also slides, permitting it to be set to display the mean solar time of any location according to its longitude. 6) Small hand indicating the equation of time: effectively, the difference between apparent solar and mean solar time, on a display segment positioned under the axis of the hands.
Crystal Scratch Resistant Sapphire
A follow up to the Tourbillon Chronometer No. 36 announced during Baselworld 2017, this new version introduces dark grey and rose gold tones which serve to enhance the visual elegance and beauty of a watch which showcases the brand’s technical prowess. More importantly, the watch comes with a new stainless steel case with anthracite DLC coating to attain the pronounced gunmetal appearance. Though the inspiration for the watch is arguably one of the most significant classical timepieces in the new history, this version is far more modern in its execution and design.The original “Arnold 36” chronometer wasn’t just the first pocket watch by John Arnold to utilize a bigger movement with the “T” balance, but also the very first to be called a “chronometer” because of its superior timekeeping capabilities. This was, of course, before the COSC affiliation that phrase is known for today. Rather than fully replicate the bit visually, however, Arnold & Son has created something spectacular and contemporary with a movement which essentially takes place of the dial completely. Besides this Arnold 36 chronometer, Arnold & Son can also be paying tribute to the old English gunsmith tradition, which is closely associated with traditional watchmaking and shares several common methods.
Bracelet Black Leather strap with original Arnold Steel Deployment buckle
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