Etheral twin orbital tourbillon

For the new ETHERAL collection, the brand’s first with a round case, we have created a refined watch combining modern/futuristic aesthetics and cutting-edge mechanisms. Launched in 2018 and completed in 2024, the project aimed to integrate kinematics into an innovative new movement. The moving dial, striking at first glance, features two flying tourbillons and a jumping hour display, for a powerful and attractive appearance.


Klepcys GMT Retrograde

A brand-new manufacture automatic movement, a new case with reduced dimensions and a useful, easy-to-read function – these are just some of its most interesting features.


Arceau - L'heure de la lune

A quirky take on a classic complication, the Arceau L’heure de la lune watch offers an original interpretation of Hermès watchmaking expertise. In a white gold case, the mechanics are light and unobtrusive. Mother-of-pearl-encrusted meteorite and aventurine create a cosmos where satellite dials float above hemispherical moons. Playfully, they have exchanged their cardinal indications – south on top, north on bottom. An upside-down world that invites you to lose your bearings, your head in the stars.


Tourbillon Vertical Skeleton

Three-dimensional architecture adds depth to the whole.

With this new watch, CYRUS renews the magic of the Klepcys Vertical Tourbillon, interpreting it in a way that accentuates the excellence of the innovative mechanics that drive it.The tourbillon cage, placed for the first time in the center of the dial, is on a vertical axis inclined at 90°.

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Quai des Bergues

François Czapek arrived in Switzerland in 1832, shortly after the failure of the Polish insurrection, and his remarkable talent for watchmaking made him a key figure.
The Quai des Bergues collection also celebrates the birth of the “SXH1” calibre, a mechanical movement developed by Jean-Francois Mojon.


Legacy machine n°1

With the Legacy Machine N°1, MB&F has majestically reinterpreted the watchmaking excellence of the 19th century in a three-dimensional contemporary objet d’art.



A mechanical movement to actuate the fluidic system.
The main challenge was to find an interface between mechanical movement and a fluidic system in a closed, sealed circuit. Firstly, the space available to house both was limited. Then it was a matter of assembling them separately to keep them autonomous, and making them work together.


Klepcys moon

The retrograde hour hand moves on a 180° axis and changes color (by rotation) to indicate day and night.
Then look at the date. The unit digits (0 to 9) are static, one above the other, and only the tens move in front of the units. Each time a ten reaches the digit 9, the ten becomes retrograde and rotates 90 degrees, making way for the next ten to be placed in front of the units digit 0.
Enfin, a spherical moon with the image of craters links the timepiece to the sky.

Harry Winston

Opus X

The design of the mechanical movement, whose 472 components drive the tenth Opus ( 2010 ), is a collective work that brought Chronode and designers together in a strong partnership. Opus X is an example of high-flying watchmaking, totally rethought at every level: movement design and construction, display mode, styling.


Sequential one

Sequential One is technically daring, highly complex and classically elegant. The watch’s dial is resolutely contemporary, featuring our patented prism display system and oversized numerals.

Urban Jürgensen

Chronometer Detent Escapement P8

First detent escapement for certified wristwatches.

Born of competition between the best marine timekeepers, the first trigger escapements appeared at the end of the 18th century. Highly sensitive to shocks, this subtle mechanism was considered inapplicable to wristwatches. Our designers rose to the challenge and achieved a world first by integrating it into a caliber for Urban Jürgensen & Sønner (UJS08).