Precision on the high sea or in your own home – a functional decoration in any environment.
Functional “regulator dial”
Movement that can be seen through a built-in glass ring
Water-resistant case made from solid, chromed brass
15-day power reserve, Engravable plaque for an individual touch
Constant driving force thanks to the fusee with steel cable
In former times, not winding an on-board clock was seen as an inexcusable error, since the precise time was extremely important for navigation at sea. Even though today’s modern technical equipment has replaced mechanical clocks in shipping, the Nautis continues to meet the demands placed on a marine clock. A steel hand clearly points to the remaining power reserve in an additional segment of the dial, while the clear arrangement of the regulator with decentralised hour hand is used to display the time. The most famous marine chronometers have been fitted with such hour hands for some 200 years. IThe result of perfect craftsmanship, domed and blued hands move in front of the silver-plated dial. As a special “extra”, the Nautis offers a plaque that can be individually engraved with the name of the ship or of the owner and which is screwed onto the dial. With its attractive features, this clock is an eye-catching feature in the officer’s mess of a yacht or, of course, in any living room. The precision of any mechanical timekeeper depends on how constantly energy is driven from the spring barrel to the oscillator. In the case of the Nautis, this is a gold-plated Swiss escapement with free lever escapement, a classic screw balance that is regulated and checked according to the most stringent of standards, and a high-quality balance spring. Clock experts know that this timepiece is technical noblesse and is a masterpiece when it comes to its appearance and details.
Case Ø 21 cm, depth: 9 cm
Weight 8.3 kg
Crystals Anti-reflective mineral glass and mineral glass ring