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The Hysek Colossal Grande Complication is Beyond Stunning!

By Victor Baker


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Hysek Colossal Grande Complication

This year, Hysek marks 20 years of activity and also the 10th anniversary of its manufacture status. You see, ten years ago this prestigious Swiss brand has revealed a stunning timepiece called Grand Complication Colosso, which impressed everyone with its unique case and mouth-watering design.

And now Hysek is finally introducing a worthy successor, an exquisite watch called Colossal Grande Complication, that might be ten times more alluring, showing off an imposing case and featuring various interesting details and technical innovations.

Only available in 18k rose gold, this precious watch features a 44 mm case benefiting from an expansive curved sapphire crystal, that arches along with the case, and two smaller sapphire crystal windows on its sides. And with a see-through back as well, all the magic is on display in the most beautiful way possible.

Hysek Colossal Grande Complication

Showing off quite a busy dial, the Hysek Colossal Grande Complication will surely help you make a statement wherever you take it. The entire picture looks like a functional work of art, with a large three-dimensional moon, a superb way of telling the time or the day and a power reserve indicator that might be really useful to look at.

Speaking of power, this incredible timepiece packs around 45 hours of power reserve, just in case the HW80 caliber needs it. The Hysek Colossal Grande Complication will be produced in a limited run of just 8 pieces, and you can probably understand why it’s going to be really expensive. How expensive, you ask? Hysek announced that it’s going to be somewhere below the $700,000 mark. Any thoughts?

Hysek Colossal Grande Complication

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About Victor Baker

Victor has always been a big fan of cars, which is why he’s so proud to call himself a genuine petrolhead these days. His love actually stemmed from his father, who was an automotive engineer. Today, he loves to write down everything that comes to mind, car-related or not, and when he really gets down to it, he pretty much becomes one with his laptop.

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