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The Opus 8 watch with pin-art display

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on April 27th, 2008

The Opus 8 watch with pin-art display
The Di Grisogono Meccanica DG watch blew us away with it’s mechanical-digital display, now the Opus 8 watch by Harry Winston is turning things upside down as well. The DG used mechanical tubes to display the time, while the Opus 8 uses a complicated system of mechanical pixels that rise up from the display when the user hits a button on the side.

That would be cool enough, but there’s more. The back of the watch sports a design that looks like a printed circuit that functions as a second time display. AM and PM are featured on the left, hours and minutes in the center, while the power reserve indicator is on the right. What you have here is a cool looking retro watch, with retro attitude. But don’t get your hopes up. The series is limited to 50 watches and it’s likely that they were sold out before the unveiling even happened.

Watch with all-mechanical “digital” display

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on April 10th, 2008

Watch with all-mechanical “digital” display
This sweet looking limited-edition Di Grisogono Meccanica DG watch looks like a hybrid mechanical-digital watch. But in fact, it’s all completely analog, with 651 pieces in total. No digital parts or LEDs at all.

Only 177 of these amazing timepieces are going to be available to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the company. They’re calling it the most complicated digital-analog timepiece in the world, and it probably is since the digital display is actually mechanical, with rolling tubes that form the digital segments. It will be available in four styles. Red gold, titanium and gold, titanium and platinum and titanium and rubber. The Meccanica DG is also waterproof to 100 feet



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