Developed in collaboration with L'Epée, the MECA-10 Clock recreates the brand's movement in a table clock format that recreates many of the movement's features in a larger size. Housed in a satin-finished case that comes in polished steel or polished black PVD steel, the MECA-10 Clock is four times larger than the watch, replicating the movement with its skeleton architecture that gives you a view into the mechanism's complex, 432-component structure that is manually wound and features black-plated bridges, a rhodium-plated escapement, and a ten-day power reserve with a dedicated indicator.
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