GOLDPFEIL Pupitre Watch

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Year
2004
Type
Watch
Case
Gold
Functions/Complications
- Date

Pupitre Watch

Midnight turns to noon The "Pupitre" Watch by Goldpfeil Genève is distinguished by an original choice based on a distinctive vision of the cycle of time: midnight is shown at the bottom of the dial, so that when the gold arrow points towards the date window, the date jumps at midnight. Between 6 AM and noon, the movement of the sunrise is replicated on the dial; and finally, when the gold arrow points upwards, the sun is at high noon... Moreover, this is one of the first watches in the world to feature an hour hand longer than the minute hand. To enhance legibility, the minute track is actually printed under the watch crystal, allowing one to read off the minute just as accurately even when it passes over the hour hand. Teamed with a hand-sewn alligator leather strap in a warm shade of orange, complete with dedicated buckle, this is a watch to take you from sunrise to sunset, and round again!
Movement
Automatic, rotor in gold (21C) and platinum
Functions
Two 12-hour time displays, minutes, date
Case
750 (18C) yellow gold Sapphire crystal and back Water resistant to 30 m
Dial
Cream with Arabic numerals Hour hand in 750 (18C) yellow gold Blued minute hand
Bracelet/strap
Hand-sewn alligator in a warm shade of orange with a dedicated buckle in 750 (18C) yellow gold