Harry Winston - Project Z12

Harry Winston – Project Z12

The Harry Winston Project Z12 is quickly unmistakable for its design dial which showcases retrograde hours and minutes in an eccentric concentric and quietly hilter kilter format.

Set under an enormous, openwork blue extension, the hours and minutes hands don’t just move however bounce over a 140-degree field. At the point when each arrives at the finish of its turn, it hops back. Altogether, this retrograde movement happens 26 times each day, directly really busy covering circles.

The date is shown on a plate situated on the edge of the dial. This sapphire circle is fixed and interspersed by moves bearing numbers somewhere in the range of 1 and 31. Iridescent material moves underneath its surface to enlighten the date.

The jutting component of Project Z12 is the huge, curved scaffold that rides the focal pivot of the dial. Summoning the steady constructions of Manhattan’s incredible scaffolds, the watch reviews Harry Winston’s New York City legacy. At the focal point of this extension is the Harry Winston emerald, its particular trademark and an intermittent plan included on its watches.

The shading subject of the Project Z12 is blue. Blue is the focal extension and blue is the calfskin tie including a print suggestive of a denim weave. Blue can likewise be found on the edge encompassing the hour and moment circle, just as the coordinating hour markers.

With regards to the practice set up fourteen years prior by Harry Winston, the watch is housed in a 42.2 mm round case made of Zalium, a brand name of the brand to depict a super light amalgam of aluminum and zirconium. The three curves encompassing the crown are a gesture to the passageway of Harry Winston’s noteworthy Fifth Avenue Flagship Salon.

Waterproof to a profundity of 100 meters/300 feet, the case grandstands the fresh out of the plastic new development through a sapphire precious stone case back. Grown solely for Project Z12, the HW3306 programmed type beats at a recurrence of 4 Hz (28,800 vph) and offers a force hold of as long as 68 hours. This development is fitted with a silicon balance spring just as a white gold rotor with round Cotes de Geneve improvement.

The Harry Winston Project Z12 (ref. OCEAHR42ZZ001) is a restricted release of 300 pieces with a cost of Swiss Francs 24,500.  harrywinston.com