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Primus, the first Bexei tourbillon wrist watch, has an extremely complicated and unique movement. Respecting traditional watchmaking, Aaron Becsei invented the three axis tourbillion movement where the 3rd (external) cage's unique form provides the possibility of using jewel bearings everywhere — instead of ball-bearings. This is a unique solution at this size and level of complication As all Bexei watches the parts of Primus were made by Aaron Becsei at his workshop (including the gears, the wheels, the pinions, the screws and also the case, buckle, crown, dial and the hands). All the parts with the top level hand made finishing as independent jewels. This patented creation is truly original, the end result of a lifetime of dedication to the art of haute horology.

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Each watch comes complete with it's own individual soul.
 
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Sign me up for one... let me talk to the Devil and sell my soul first.
 

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I guess fugly costs big bucks.
 

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I quite like the look of that timepiece and the extreme engineering that has obviously gone into it.
I can safely say that I will never be in the market one though.

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.... I don't even see a New York Pimp wearing that overpriced piece of crap.
 

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Regardless of if it looks good or NOT, how the hell do you tell the actual time on that watch, lol
 

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Regardless of if it looks good or NOT, how the hell do you tell the actual time on that watch, lol
TVDinner's post made me think about the watch's design a little bit more. IMO, they should have placed the hour dial where the minute dial is currently located and vice-versa. I think it would make it easier to tell time that way, as most cultures read from top to bottom and no one tells time with minutes first then hours.
 
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