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ochs und junior calendario cent’anni

Continuing his mission to streamline the most complicated of watch functions, Dr. Ludwig Oechslin presents his latest creation, the calendario cent'anni. The watch's cca module has only nine components and is able to accurately indicate the day, date, and year plus leap year for 100 years. This is combined with an Ulysee Nardin UN320 automatic with a 48-hour power reserve. Assembled at their atelier in Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland by Masaki Kanazawa, the watch also features a 40mm titanium case with an optional black PVD coating and three dial options. 

15,230-16,500 CHF (approx. $17,144-$18,574),

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