This concept watch is incredibly thin! 2mm! - Watch Freeks


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Old 09-24-2019, 08:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default This concept watch is incredibly thin! 2mm!

Holy cow! You have to read about this! I could post more pictures, but I think you should just go to the link below!




You can get a lot more here:
https://monochrome-watches.com/piage...h-ever-review/


This video is great too!



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Impressive and incredibly skinny. With zero curvature to the 41mm diameter case, a flat wrist seems essential for this one.
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The open main spring is incredible too. No barrel!


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Impressive, no doubt...
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They've certainly put some clever work into this very interesting (pancake-like) concept.

Thanks for the link there Jeff
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That’s seriously impressive!
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Old 09-25-2019, 12:40 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Yowza, just is extraordinary Jeff, and never realized how long the company
has been breaking records with thin watches, and movements like this !
Seriously, just those movements, and watches they made back in 1957,
and 1960 astonish, and now they are making those look thick today?!!
All of the innovations amaze really, and the watch is beyond cool !!
Thanks a ton for the post, link, and video sir !!!
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Fascinating. 2 mm isn't much space for a mechanical assembly. That's cool.
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