You’ve probably never worn—or seen—anything quite like this jumping-hour timepiece from Zeno-Watch Basel. The main dial has a macaroni-shaped window to indicate the hour. Every 60 minutes, once the minutes hand has completed a full revolution, the hour hand “jumps” forward to the next hour—a feature that’s as mesmerizing as it is unique. To track running seconds, use the secondary subdial, positioned on the bottom right of the dial. It rotates like a disc and is marked in intervals of five, just like the minutes track. Because of the dials’ layout, you can actually see through the watch in the negative space. Another detail to note is the crown, which can be found at 9 o’clock. Finally, the watch is fitted with a sapphire crystal and is water resistant to 50 meters.
Note: At checkout, choose the 6733Q-I1, 6733Q-I2, or 6733Q-I4 model.
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Estimated ship date is Dec 9, 2019 PT.
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