Star Trek Inspired Warp HMS Automatic Swiss Luxury Watch

Posted: Jul 20 2008, 11:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:35am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
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The AK Geneve HMS Automatic Warp is inspired in many ways by Star Trek. Designer Arny Kapshitzer is indeed a huge Star Trek fan, which is clearly reflected in the watch design and in the name of the watch: Warp HMS Automatic.

The unique case design uses a total of 34 screws and combined with the complicated cut glass already hints at sophisticated watch making.
Located eccentrically towards the right of the dial, a cut-away metal piece reveals the jumping hours and minutes on two superimposed discs. The seconds are displayed at 3 o'clock on a cylinder linked directly to the crown. 9 o'clock forms the tail of the spaceship.
AK Geneve is currently manufacturing the watch and the first pieces will be delivered in November.
More details on our Watch News site Wrist Dreams.

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