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Daniel Roth’s Maîtres du Temps ‘Chapter Two’ Watch

By Adrian Prisca


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Every time Maitres du Temps releases a new watch, a small note in the evolution of watch-making is being written. Following their fable release of the Chapter One timepiece some time ago, we present you the Chapter Two, one exquisite piece of time-measurement that includes multiple major functions, like a triple calendar, timekeeping and a big date.

The same platform on which this features are implemented hosts an aesthetic feel through the gorgeous diamonds it is encased with. Furthermore, using the watch is the simplest it can be, though the level of complexity of the movement is stunning. The timepiece boasts 205 diamonds embedded into its 18k gold casing.

The 16 mm in thickness, 52 mm in length and 42 mm in width measurements of the watch place it somewhere above the middle-sized pieces. There are additional different options to choose from, one involving a Rose Gold case and white leather strapping and the other a white gold with chocolate brown strap.

The dial is based on a white surface surrounded by a black circular path, the time being readable through white Roman numerals imprinted on it. On the other hand, it comes in only two options, the base color for the silver-toned dial being available in chocolate brown or white.

The lower and upper ends of the dial feature two rollers on which the month and day are indicated, the 12 o’clock position marking the date. Another interesting implementation is the seconds dial at the 6 o’clock position.

Behind it, enthusiasts can view the intricate movement system, protected by a sapphire crystal. The movement, in detail, is composed of 338 different parts, 32 of them being precious jewels. The power reserve lasts 50 hours, while the 28,800 VPH ensure it maximum precision.

All we can do now is to thank Daniel Roth and Peter Speake Marin for these incredible gadgets. Estimations towards the price of these pieces have been made, between $54,870 and $164,611, but the certain availability and price haven’t yet been made public.


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