Watch movement in the bezel

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    Watch movement in the bezel

    Floating tourbillion...I'm going on record as saying pretty darn cool
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    Re: Watch movement in the bezel

    I'll be a monkey's uncle!

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    Re: Watch movement in the bezel

    Now that is a perfect example of 'out of the box' thinking!

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    Re: Watch movement in the bezel

    Pretty, it is not!
    Somebody made a Quartz/Mech watch where all the movement was hidden under the bezel, but the name eludes me at the moment.

    Quinting I think the name is.

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    Re: Watch movement in the bezel

    IIRC Quinting made a watch where all the 'visible' pieces were cut out of clear sapphire to create the illusion of floating hands.

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    Re: Watch movement in the bezel

    Very interesting to say the least, still not sure how that's possible?
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    Re: Watch movement in the bezel

    Certainly if I had the cash there would be other watches I'd buy instead, but I am a fan of innovation, even if it's a bit ugly
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    Re: Watch movement in the bezel

    i think the case looks like a rough Prototype, that accidently made production.
    Looks like S/s too.

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    Re: Watch movement in the bezel

    Quote Originally Posted by MC Hammered View Post
    Now that is a perfect example of 'out of the box' thinking!

    actually....it's more like "in the box" isn't it?
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    Re: Watch movement in the bezel

    I do believe that I have seen this at Costco;)

    For me, this is simply amazing!

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