- Five-part, skeletonised dial with applied and polished indexes
- Back plate guilloché by hand
- One month power reserve
- Limited and numbered to 65 pieces
MODERNITY MEETS OLD CRAFTSMANSHIP
The incredible depth of the movement is the first impression that the new Aperia III creates.
Several factors are required to create this effect: The dial consists of five individually screwed and skeletonised subdials, which are mounted on the extremely opened, rhodium-plated dial plate.
The combination of the guillochee white rhodium plated back plate and the skeletonized black rhodium plated front plate create a beautyful play of colors.
THE TIME DISPLAY IS COMPLEMENTED BY A CALENDAR AND A HAND-PAINTED MOON DISC
All components between the plates undergo sophisticated finishing processes. Manual grinding and polishing are a proof for classic craftsmanship.
The depth is perfected by the modern “Opus” case, with metal inlays in the cornices and an anti-reflective U-glass that allows an almost reflection-free 180° view of the movement.
A calendar displaying the date, day of the week and moon phase (which is painted by hand, as usual at Erwin Sattler), a half-hour striking mechanism with a repetition and silencing function, and the hand-polished and domed hands complete the elegant appearance.
Little secrets that the Aperia III only shares with its owner are the door with its invisible magnetic lock, as well as a flap discreetly integrated into the bottom for the silencing weight and the winding crank of the regulator with 30 days power reserve.
In its perfect entirety, the new Aperia III, limited to 65 pieces, is a true jewel in any living space!
|Case||Opus-case, black varnish with hand polished cassette in
rim and base with metal inlays,
door with magnetic closure,
compartment for the crank hidden in the base
Height: 96 cm, width: 25.5 cm, depth: 11 cm
|Crystals||Anti-reflective mineral glass, affixed on a mitre|
|Movement||Sattler Calibre 1575-SK, calendar and strike train|
|Power reserve||30 days|
|Drive||Weight going train 2,000 g with pulley
Weight strike train 1,600 g with pulley
|Oscillator||Wood rod pendulum with solid, turned brass pendulum bob,
polished and nickel-plated
|Ball bearings||8 stainless steel precision ball bearings|
|Dial||Anodised, five-part, applied and polished indexes,
skeletonised, numbered, hand-painted moon disc, date and
|Hands||Blue steel hands, hand domed|
|Strike train||Half-hour rack strike train with gong, hour repeat, powermaintaining
|Limited and numbered to 65 pieces|
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