Jacob & Co.’s newest chronograph is the stunning blue crown on top of the Epic X collection. The Epic X Chrono Tourbillon has a PVD finish and a blue-coated titanium case. Hard and scratch-resistant to begin with, this coating does much more than just aesthetics, its character is enhanced. It is satin-finished in different directions following the shape of each component: the bezel is round, the pusher guards are horizontal, and the lugs are two-way. The hints of the Epic X design matrix are clearly visible. The claw-shaped lugs line up with the vertical bars on the translucent blue dial, forming the original X pattern from which the Epic X is named.
The blue chosen for the Epic X Chrono Tourbillon is neither electric nor deep black, but a pleasingly light and crisp hue, highlighted by many white secondary elements. The crown and pushers are made of white ceramic, as are the side inlays on each lug. The hands of the main and sub-dials are skeletonized white. The same goes for the rubber strap with its central honeycomb pattern, which is another throwback to the original Epic X design. top luxury replica watches
The inner bezel is driven by its own crown and thus functions as a protected rotating bezel. Combined with a titanium case that is water resistant to 200 meters, this makes the Epic X Chrono Tourbillon a fully functional dive watch. This includes the last ten minutes on the minute ring being painted dark blue, a useful feature for divers as it signals they are running out of oxygen.
The automatic movement JCAA09 is a new Jacob & Co. exclusive movement. This column wheel dual pusher chronograph features a biaxial chronograph with a 30-minute counter at 3 o’clock. It complements the Jacob & Co. One Minute Flying Tourbillon. Without upper bridges, the tourbillon cage sits on the same level as the sapphire and mineral glass dial. The continuous flush effect helps to seamlessly integrate the tourbillon into the overall design of the piece. Crescent shaped, openworked, the upper side of the cage is a typical Jacob & Co. design.
One of the most impressive watches of all time just got even more luxurious.
Picture yourself waking up on a Sunday morning, getting out of bed, taking a shower, and starting your day in peace. You make yourself a nice espresso and a hearty breakfast. You check the time, kiss your partner goodbye, grab the keys and head to the garage to drive your new car. You open the door, sit in the leather seat, and enjoy a minute or two in silence. You check the time again, start the watch’s engine and turn the ignition key, bringing the car to life. With two W16s running in perfect harmony, one on your wrist and one just inches behind you, 1,500 horsepower is ready to propel you over the horizon. In case you were wondering, you’re wearing a Jacob & Co. Bugatti Chiron Sapphire Crystal and starting your Bugatti Chiron. And for seven lucky people, this dreamlike scenario is not far from reality.
Considering that Bugatti only made 500 of the uber-mighty Chiron, you’re more likely to come across one of them than to spot a Jacob & Co. Bugatti Chiron sapphire crystal in the wild. Only seven lucky men or women will enjoy owning a watch like this; Jacob & Co. earns nothing more than that. While it’s not the most restrained creation in watchmaking history, it’s certainly an impressive affair. The complication of the miniature W16 automatic figure is a testament to the superb craftsmanship of the Jacob & Co. watchmakers. Like its Astronomia collection, it is a bold and expressive display.
A few things have changed since the release of the first Jacob & Co. Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon, most notably, of course, the case. Incidentally, it’s now made of full sapphire crystal with an anti-reflective coating and measures 57.8mm long, 44.4mm wide, and 21.5mm high. The case flows around the movement and looks very simple, but its shape is very delicately machined. Take your time, curves and lines are everywhere, and of course, Noon’s signature Bugatti horseshoe grille adds to the challenge.
The crown and the button that starts the sapphire crystal W16 engine are made of sapphire crystal and titanium. From left to right, we have the crown to set the time, the crown to wind the movement and automatics, and the pusher to start the animation. The sapphire crystal motor is located in the lower half of the watch and has a real miniature crankshaft milled from a solid block of steel. This tiny crankshaft drives all 16 pistons up and down, just like in a real car.
While it previously lacked a dial of any kind, this version has a floating hour ring to help read the time more easily. Some elements of the watch, such as the hour markers, shock absorbers and tourbillon cage, have been given a hint of red, echoing the red details on the exterior of the case. The power reserve indicator displays the French national colors on the left (Bugatti is based in Molsheim, France).
Jacob & Co. literally exposed the entire JCAM37 movement, which is built in-house. While technically it is the same movement as every Jacob & Co. Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon, it looks a little different here. For example, the bridges at the top of the movement and the tourbillon cage (now topped with a diamond) have different shapes. The power reserve indicator has also been given a new look, with some changes to the shape of the hands. The view on the back of the movement remains the same.
From the outside, its sophistication does match its visual impact. The level of detail throughout the movement, chronograph ends and automatics is that of Haute Horlogerie. The hand-wound movement uses no fewer than 578 components, including 51 jewels. Suspending the movement with an effective shock absorber posed a challenge for Jacob & Co. because you risk damaging the connection to the fixed crown when you receive an impact. The solution is to use a patented automotive-style landscape system that allows for some gaming while keeping everything connected neatly. When the left crown is fully wound, the watch has a runtime of 60 hours. That’s far more than the 20 minutes it takes a Bugatti Chiron to empty its fuel tank at full speed, mind you, so plan your drive ahead.
The Jacob & Co. Bugatti Chiron sapphire crystal mirror complements the supercar quality of the watch, and it is paired with a ventilated white rubber strap with a titanium folding clasp.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS – JACOB & CO. BUGATTI CHIRON Sapphire Crystal Case: L 57.8 mm x W 44.4 mm x H 21.5 mm – Full sapphire case with anti-reflective coating – Sapphire crystal and titanium pushers and crown – Chiron “grille” with Bugatti logo at 12 o’clock – Water-resistant to 30 meters Dial: Red graduated ring with red “EB” logo – Rhodium plated hands with red tips – French red white blue power reserve indicator Movement: Jacob & Co. JCAM37, Manufacture – 41.7mm L x 36mm W x 15.6mm H – 578 Components – 51 Jewels – 21,600vph – Working W16 Sapphire Crystal “Engine” Automaton (on demand) – 30° Tilting One Minute Tourbillon Escapement – Hours, Minutes, Seconds (controlled by Tourbillon), Power Reserve Indicator Strap: White Rubber Strap – Titanium Deployment Clasp
Launched at Baselworld in 2016, the original Twin Turbo model was the first timepiece in history to combine two three-axis tourbillons and a minute repeater. The Twin Turbo Furious goes a step further by adding a very special chronograph function.
The tourbillon takes 24 seconds to rotate around the first axis, 8 seconds on the second axis and 30 seconds on the third axis. As a result, the tourbillon cage covers all possible positions in just half a minute and compensates for the effects of gravity, thereby significantly increasing the precision of the movement. This is a significant improvement over previous versions of the watch, which took 8 minutes to cover all positions.
Given the speed of the tourbillon, the balance wheel’s 6 beats per second provides a fragmented and visually powerful rhythm, which has led to the name “continuous”. A differential linking the two tourbillon cages stabilizes the entire system. In the event of a shock, if either of the two tourbillons is affected, the other immediately compensates.
Decimal minute repeater The minute repeater is one of the most prized complications by collectors. They are also the most difficult complications for watchmakers to conceive. Nonetheless, Jacob & Co. pushed the boundaries when bringing the Twin Turbo Furious to life. To simplify the audible indication of the time, the Twin Turbo Furious beeps every ten minutes. As this mechanism is known to be very sensitive, Jacob & Co.’s movement engineering department incorporated safety devices to prevent accidental events such as the chronograph being activated when resetting the time.
planetary gear power reserve The power reserve is indicated at 6 o’clock on the side of the dial. Thanks to an ingenious planetary system incorporating a differential gear mechanism; the pointer points to the full power reserve on the left, then moves to the right as the 50-hour reserve dwindles. The watch is wound using the crank at 3 o’clock.
Monopusher chronograph function with reference time The Twin Turbo Furious is equipped with a “reference time” indicator. This was inspired by the timing panels used in racing cars; each lap, a panel on the side of the track tells drivers the difference between their time and the lap reference time. On the Twin Turbo Furious, the chronograph has a scale that shows at a glance the difference in seconds compared to the reference time set by the chronograph. Wholesale Fake watches
Jacob & Co. fake is known for some of the most outrageously complex watches that present a visual spectacle like no other, and because of being seen on the wrists of stars, Jacob & Co. is still known for its striking timepieces. Gage is unabashedly bold. Here’s a quick rundown of what they are, along with 12 exemplary watches that showcase the brand’s immense appeal
Jacob & Co. watches are true statement pieces that leave their mark in so many ways. Founder Jacob Arabo’s family immigrated to the United States from the former Soviet Union in hopes of a better life. In the United States in the early 80’s, Arabo began designing for various jewelry brands and established itself in the field. Ultimately, he channeled his talents and expertise in the field into his own brand, which he named Jacob & Co. His bold design sensibility quickly became known throughout circles, and the use of large jewelry in men’s separates became his signature. Before long, big names from all walks of life started noticing his work and started adopting the style. It’s no surprise, then, that Jacob & Co’s creations are the choice of so many celebs with strong personalities. Musicians Jay-Z, Drake,
Arabo created his first watch in 2002 and the progression from jewelry to watches was a natural progression. It was a five-time zone watch that was an instant success with its bold color palette and design. Just five years later, Arabo entered the international “watch capital” Geneva, Switzerland, and established Jacob & Co SA. The Quentin, the first high-complication watch launched shortly thereafter, set a number of firsts, and there has been no turning back since. Every few years, the brand continues to release one shocking piece after another. The famous Astronomia series was a huge success in the 2010s. The brand also has a variety of high-profile partnerships starting in 2019. There was Bugatti (Bugatti Twin Turbo watch), Paramount Pictures (The Godfather – special watch), with NBC/Universal Studios (Scarface themed watch, later the Fast and the Furious watch); and then with Warner Bros. and DC have teamed up to create a Batman-themed timepiece.
With each new product, the brand’s originality and bold character are evident. Even with simpler, easier-to-use “everyday” replica Tourbillon watches, they still manage to make a distinctive mark. Here are a few of their timepieces that embody this and reflect their unique personalities.
Indian Astronomical Art – Canvas by Jacob & Co.
First launched in 2014, the Astronomia Tourbillon is one of the most striking of their Astronomia watches. It reimagines the classic tourbillon complication in a vertical structure, showing four satellites in constant rotation. This eye-catching piece quickly became a canvas for various other works of art, the Astronomia Art watch collection is actually a display case, crafted from sapphire crystal and precious metals. The Indian edition of Astronomia Art features four hand-carved miniatures of Indian landmarks. These hand-painted monuments are placed on a dial made of aventurine glass, which also forms the base of the biaxial tourbillon mechanism. They are Taj Mahal, Lotus Temple, India Gate and Qutub Minar. Each miniature is the product of countless hours of handcrafting. In addition to this, the watch also contains a 288-facet “Jacob cut” diamond, which acts as one of the four satellites of the mechanism and rotates every 60 seconds. Opposite the diamonds is a blue-lacquered sphere, made of magnesium, which also completes one lap in under a minute. Completing the satellite four-way balance is the main chronograph dial with skeletonized Roman numerals – hand-engraved and black-lacquered, with blued-steel hands, also hand-finished. This stunning and moving work of art is powered by a hand-wound movement with a 60-hour power reserve. It’s housed in a generous 50mm ‘display case’ in 18-carat rose gold and sapphire crystal.
Epic X – the basis for avant-garde and sporty The Epic X is a more stripped-down Jacob, and it might be reduced to the basics of building construction, but it can’t exactly be called minimalist. Despite its avant-garde appearance, the Epic X does celebrate traditional watchmaking forms. Skeleton watches don’t simply remove excess material from more traditional forms; it also has a lot to do with ensuring the piece’s structural integrity despite being stripped and adding transparency. While the watch must still be robust, the movement must not only remain functional, but also accurate and reliable. The hand-wound caliber JCAM01 is placed vertically, then skeletonized and finely polished to achieve this. The watch doesn’t have a running seconds hand, so transparency is especially useful as it can reveal whether parts that need to move are still moving, or if parts need to be wound. But with a 48-hour power reserve, you can rest assured that it should be enough for your next-day winding schedule. The watch features a 44mm case in black DLC-treated grade 5 titanium in an imposing “X” shape visible through the glass and sapphire crystal on the case back.
Epic X can be stripped down to the basics of a building’s structure, but it’s not just about removing superfluous material from more traditional forms; it also has a lot to do with ensuring the structural integrity of the work, albeit stripped and increased in transparency.
Epic X Chrono – Jacob & Co.’s sportiest watch yet Jacob’s Epic X template with claw lugs and two prominently visible bridges on either side of the movement has been translated into this chronograph. This 47mm sports watch retains its skeletonized look, with a colored mineral crystal dial revealing the column-wheel chronograph movement inside.
The self-winding caliber JCAA05, which offers a 48-hour power reserve, powers the watch, including the chronograph and small seconds sub-dial in a biaxial layout. In addition to the functions of the watch, the inner rotating bezel has a 60-minute chronograph controlled by a push-down crown at 10 o’clock. Enhancing the view all this is the anti-reflective sapphire crystal glass, which is framed by the ceramic bezel.
Other elements of the watch include rubber pushers and a screw-down crown that help keep the watch water-resistant to 200 meters. This is Jacob & Co’s sportiest watch yet, available in a variety of materials and colours.
Regal Classic – The Jacob & Co. Classic Alternative From sporty to classic, here’s Jacob’s collection of stylish timepieces that are more refined than his larger statement pieces and sportier Epic X watches. Reflecting the canons of Art Deco design, these classic timepieces feature very subtle finishes that give them an understated yet refined allure.
Magnificent classic automatic This Palatial Classic automatic watch is powered by the self-winding movement JCCA01, which offers a 36-hour power reserve. It is equipped with a “Glucydur” balance wheel – lower thermal expansion – and a shock protection system. The watch has a 42mm 18-carat rose gold case, is water resistant to 50 meters and features anti-reflective sapphire crystal. The display includes guilloché dials in various colors (brown here), applied logos and markers, and polished dauphine hands for two-hand timekeeping. Each piece is individually numbered and secured on an alligator strap with a solid rose gold buckle.
Magnificent Classic Manual Panorama Calendar This Palatial may have a hand-wound movement, but it does offer a lot. The JCCM01 movement offers a power reserve of 50 hours, displayed on the dial at six o’clock. In contrast is the big date at 12 o’clock – a coveted big date. All of this is laid out on a dial that is guillochéd and comes in a variety of colors – gray, gold and blue here. The watch has a 42mm stainless steel case and sapphire crystal, and is available on an alligator leather strap or a stainless steel bracelet, depending on the version.
Five time zones in majesty – the embodiment of simplicity in the first fake Jacob & Co. watch GMT and World Time watches are among the most useful and sought-after watches, and this five-time zone watch is an absolute steal. While we may or may not travel across time zones, our connections with people in different regions have increased significantly over the past few years, so a watch that can tell us the time in different regions at the same time is certainly a handy tool. . This is the latest version of Jacob Arabo’s first ever watch. It has a central chronograph function with both hands, and four sub-dials with New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo and Paris time. But you can actually set any timezone you choose on them. The main dial, with sword-shaped hands and fine-cut hour-markers, is in black nickel with guilloche finish, while the sub-dials are snailed and ruthenium-plated. Each of the five sets of chronograph hands runs its own Swiss quartz movement – ETA 280.002. To house the multiple movements inside, the steel case measures 45mm and is topped by a round sapphire crystal that has been internally antireflectively treated. The closed satin case back features a graphic world map. It is carved and painted. Water-resistant to 50 meters, the case comes on a black alligator strap.
The Palatial is an updated version of Jacob Arabo’s first ever watch. It has a central chronograph function with both hands, and four sub-dials with New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo and Paris time. But you can actually set any timezone you choose on them.
Brilliant – presenting a jewel-like vivid spectrum Aptly named, this sparkling, stunning creation is a contemporary, beautiful timepiece that exudes glamour, and showcases Jacob & Co’s fine jewelry prowess – both gem sourcing and gem setting. The stainless steel case measures 38 mm and features a row of 52 round-cut diamonds on the bezel, totaling approximately 1.3 carats. Even the crown has as many as 32 round diamonds with a total weight of about 0.39 carats. At the same time, the white mother-of-pearl dial is inlaid with 11 colored sapphires as hour markers (approximately 0.44 carats), and the center of the dial is paved with 50 diamonds (0.66 carats). The stainless steel case is powered by Swiss Quartz ETA 955.432 movement with sapphire crystal and satin-finished case back. It comes with an elegant satin strap.
Brilliant and Mysterious Inlay – Brilliant and Mysterious Brilliant Mystery Pave Diamonds is a triumph of novelty display that maintains the illusion of mystery and intrigue, making it easy to explain even as the trick itself is well understood. The black triangular hour and minute hands are suspended in the sapphire crystal glass, as if floating in mid-air. The part where these hands connect to the mechanism is subtly concealed, and the mechanism itself is hidden behind the diamond-paved central part of the dial. The Swiss quartz ETA movement E01.701 in 18 carat rose gold is not connected to the regular time setting crown to maintain the space between the central part of the watch and the case bezel. There is no crown on the case back but A time corrector. The 38 mm case itself is set with 298 round white diamonds (approximately 6.5 carats), and the bezel is also paved with diamonds (0.55 carats). The satin strap has an 18-carat rose gold buckle also set with diamonds – approximately 0.48 carats. The total number of diamonds in this watch is as high as 476, with a total weight of 8.43 carats. copy men watch
Jacob Arabo won with his original design of the Astronomia watch. The Astronomia Tourbillon is a watch to wear with pride, a watch that stands out on the wrist, and a watch that needs – how shall I put it – a certain personality.
There are so many things that set Jacob & Co. Astronomia watches apart from others. First up is the case, which isn’t much of a case by the standards of other watches, at least not in terms of its precious metal content. Because the Astronomia is all about transparency and fully revealing the inner workings of the Tri-Axis Tourbillon. Precious metal therefore plays a greater structural role, as the lugs, caseback and slender bezel act as the frame for the massive domed sapphire crystal. The Jacob & Co. Astronomia does not have a dial in the traditional sense. The caseback, on the other side, features a variety of finishes from mirror polished to starry sky. You also won’t find the crown on the side of the Astronomia case. The watch is wound and set using the two bows on the back.
The key to the Jacob & Co. Astronomia Tourbillon‘s appeal is the hand-wound movement beating beneath the sapphire crystal. It is a three-axis gravity tourbillon consisting of four independent arms that rotate around a central axis. In the countless watches in the Jacob & Co. Astronomia collection, each of these four arms has two constants: the three-axis tourbillon movement itself and the hour and minute subdials. Other arms may hold miniature models of Earth, gemstones representing the sun, moon or many other planets, or even astronauts.
The tourbillon itself is worth a close inspection, as there are very few other triple-axis tourbillon watches of this type on the market. The tourbillon has three axes of rotation (hence the name triaxial): the first is usually 60 seconds around its own central axis, which controls the minutes, and the second is the axis of its arm, which revolves around it every two revolutions Rotate once for half a minute, and the third is the central axis, which rotates around the central axis every 10 minutes.
The name Jacob & Co. Astronomia is of course a celestial reference, and the four arms and different axes of rotation allow for different interpretations of our universe, where the time display itself plays almost a secondary role. In its simplest expression, the two arms hold a magnesium sphere at one end and a special Jacob-cut diamond at the other, representing the sun. In the Jacob & Co. Astronomia Solar Watch, others use diamonds and other gemstones to depict other planets in the solar system.
However, these highly complicated mechanical watches wouldn’t be real Jacob & Co. watches if it weren’t for the magical touch of renowned jeweler Jacob & Co. All the different Astronomia Tourbillon models are available in dazzling gem-set versions in which baguette diamonds play a starring role alongside the famous Jacob-cut diamonds. Baguette diamonds may be set on the lugs, across the case and throughout the watch background.
But beyond gold and diamonds, Astronomia has another quintessentially Jacob aspect, in the form of playful models inspired by gambling and the animal world. We see Jacob & Co. Astronomia tourbillons called “Gambler” and “Casino,” both of which are based on a wheel (for the latter watch, it even works), as well as “Dragon,” the “Octopus” and “Spider”.
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I’ve struggled to put into words the impact fake Jacob & Co. has had on the haute horlogerie world. Because there really is no one in the industry quite like Jacob Arabo. Arabo came to New York from Russia at the age of 14. At 16, he began apprenticeship as a jeweler to help support his family. While making jewelry for other brands, he sold his creations as a sideline, then in New York, 1986.
His designs quickly caught the attention of singer Faith Evans, who turned her husband Notorious BIG on to Arabo’s work. Soon, he was known as “Jacob the Jeweler” in hip-hop lyrics. But it wasn’t just celebrities who attracted Jacob & Co.—collectors also took notice of his luxury timepieces, as Arabo specializes in highly complex timepieces with unconventional designs made from precious materials such as rare gemstones.
Arabo is a self-made man who approaches watchmaking the same way he picks out the best gems: with great technical dexterity and a certain respect for decadence. Some might say it’s overdone, but at the same time, there’s something dazzling about Jacob & Co.’s work. The following five timepieces perfectly embody this unconventional manufacturing method.
Jacob & Co 3-D Astronomia Minute Repeater Watch Truly an otherworldly watch. 3-D Astronomia debuted at Baselworld in 2014 and has grown more brilliant and complex every year. This year, Jacob & Co. launched a minute repeater watch to raise funds for this extremely rare watch.
It features a carillon minute repeater with three gongs and hammers (instead of the usual two). The gongs are stacked vertically so that you can better see them in action through the side of the sapphire case. The chime chimes in the familiar Doh Re Mi tone to mark the hours, minutes and 15-minute intervals, and an innovative safety feature protects the mechanism by preventing the wearer from winding the watch when it strikes the time. Four arms radiating from the center support a three-axis tourbillon.
On ice, the 3-D Astronomia features 15.44-carat sapphires in two shades of blue, with baguette diamonds on the plate and case. The display also features a one-carat spherical diamond and a painted dial rotating globe. The coolest part? A flying astronaut spinning around the axis of the 3D Earth! replica tourbillon watches
Swiss watch company Jacob & Co, one of the most prestigious companies in the world, a few years ago created one of the most irreverent and distinctive luxury watches on the market, inspired by astronomy and the gravitational movement of the Earth. An exclusive piece, part of a limited edition, so few lovers of sophistication and luxury can put this marvel on their wrist.
Jacob & Co is known for creating pieces to the strictest luxury standards, achieved through traditional craftsmanship. But they did bet on unique and different designs that knew how to set guidelines for new high-precision watchmaking. Astronomia Sky is the name of this limited edition piece. These are its main features:
This is a complicated watch with a 47mm case in rose gold. Its dial is made of titanium and is inspired by the sky and astronomy. Within its reach are the signs of the zodiac, as well as the stars we can observe from the northern hemisphere. All of this is hand-carved by master craftsmen at Jacob & Co. The sphere performs the same rotational motion that the Earth does around the sun. At the top of the sphere, an element placed in three dimensions, in which four different moons can be seen. The second hand is the first of these, and it performs orbital motion. The most luxurious and highest quality sapphire crystal forms the entire watch, forming a kind of dome from which to observe the magnificence of the stars and astronomy. The strap is made of alligator leather. https://www.review4uwatch.com/
Jacob & Co. proposes an everyday luxury cheap watch with a skeletonized dial and sporty personality.
No diamonds, no double triple-axis tourbillon or ready-made complications, the Epic X collection is Jacob & Co.’s answer to the everyday men’s watch. The ultra-modern Epic X Titanium watch features an ultra-bold and completely original 44m grade 5 titanium case and features a hand-wound skeleton movement that displays the hours and minutes. The overall impression is one of transparency and airiness, offering a special vision of movement.
performance as an art form Jacob & Co. cheap watches are unequivocal. The brand’s world is about performance and prosperity, and statement pieces that are bigger than life: bigger, louder, and more complex, the better. And in this category of ultra-luxury lifestyle watches, Jacob & Co. is unrivaled. The recently launched Twin Turbo Furious model is packed with so many exciting complications that it almost levitates. Or the stunning Astronomia Tourbillon Clarity timepiece, with its 3D octopus wrapping his tentacles on a three-axis tourbillon and spinning planets, or the Opera Godfather watch with a music box that plays the notes of a movie-themed music? (See below for the brand’s wildest creations)
So, what does Jacob & Co. offer men more suitable for everyday life? The Epic X series seems to fit the bill, and while it’s hard to describe it as a sports watch, it definitely exudes a sporty spirit. Designed by watchmaker Benjamin Muller, this Epic X watch draws design cues from Muller’s original Spyder collection before he was hired by Jacob & Co.
Uniquely shaped titanium case The case of this Epic X model is made from grade 5 titanium in a variety of finishes, a lightweight metal that combines strength and corrosion resistance. The unique X pattern of the Epic X series extends from four points on the bezel to the lugs. Personally, the X looks more like the armored legs of an insect straddling a box, but that’s probably the octopus’s spell that worked for me. It looks confident, modern and masculine no matter how you look at it.
To suit this type of watch, the case and X-shaped lugs are satin-finished and polished. With a generous 44mm diameter and a case height of 12.3mm, the case offers a wide field of motion – however, it’s still surprisingly comfortable to wear on the wrist.
transparent mechanism The skeletonized dial of the Epic X Black Titanium is an example of the modern art of key skeletonization with impressive transparency. The transparency and openness of this dial allows you to enjoy the different parts of the hand-wound movement. Consisting of 158 parts, the action on the dial takes place in the central and left areas, where the vertically aligned barrel and balance wheel first come into view. To hold the movable structure in place, the sandblasted upper bridge—actually an extension of the lugs—straddles the movement vertically and is hollowed out to ensure maximum viewing pleasure. On the right side of the bridge there is a plaque engraved with the series name, while the brand name is placed in a cutout at the top of the barrel at 12 o’clock.
Made exclusively for Jacob & Co. by Concepto, a respected movement manufacturer, the hand-wound skeleton movement (JCAM02) beats at 28,800 beats per hour and has a 48-hour power reserve. The back of the watch reveals a black bridge, and the back of the watch is engraved with the name of the watch and its creator, Benjamin Muller. Overall, the finishing and decoration of this movement is impressive, with finely grained bridges, beveled and polished angles and rubies set in sparkling rhinestones. very happy!
Another distinguishing feature of the Epic X is its original honeycomb rubber strap. Featuring a dynamic arrangement of hexagonal perforations, the strap is designed to echo the openwork pattern of the dial while providing wearer comfort. The strap is secured by a titanium pin buckle.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS – JACOB & CO. EPIC X TITANIUM Case: 44mm diameter x 12.3mm height – Grade 5 titanium case – Satin-finished, sandblasted and polished – Double-sided A/R treated sapphire crystal – Water-resistant to 50 meters Dial: Skeleton – Minutes track on black inner flange (also available in red or silver inner flange) – Skeleton hour and minute hands, red lacquered tip Movement: Hand-wound skeleton movement (JCAM02) developed by Concepto – Vertically aligned balance and barrel – 158 components – Power reserve 48 hours – 4 Hz frequency – Functions: hours and minutes Strap: Black honeycomb rubber strap
I’m not sure about the others, but if I were driving Bugatti’s incredible “La Voiture Noire”, that unique supercar worth over 11 million euros, I doubt I’d be paying too much attention to my wrist. But for those who think custom watches and supercars go hand in hand, allow us to introduce the jaw-dropping Jacob & Co. Twin Turbo Furious Bugatti “La Montre Noire”.
Considering the ridiculous car I just mentioned and the exclusivity that comes with it, I doubt you’d expect to see something ordinary. For that kind of car, or a watch to match the world’s most expensive supercar, you’d need something outrageous, to say the least. And the name of Jacob & Co. Quickly came to mind.
The brilliant team behind Jacob & Co. is known for their unique timepieces, always trying to create stunning timepieces – the “La Montre Noire” is just the latest addition to their impressive roster.
Do you remember the Bugatti Chiron tourbillon? That watch was inspired by the massive 16-cylinder engine that powered the Bugatti Chiron.
But this new timekeeping wonder is back in the past, and the iconic Type 57 SC Atlantic Coupe cannot be ignored. The only black version disappeared around 1940, when Bugatti decided to hide it with other cars to keep it safe during World War II.
Known as “La Voiture Noire”, chassis number. 57453 has since disappeared and the car is estimated to be worth around $100 million – would you look for it? The one-off Bugatti for 2019 pays homage to the redesigned Chiron, but doesn’t hint at where the original car is. super replica watches
But let’s focus on what’s in front of us right now. Jacob & Co. created a unique piece based on the blacked-out Type 57 SC Atlantic Coupe. Equipped with two three-axis tourbillon regulators and a decimal minute repeater, the new watch exhibits an overall alien aesthetic.
The Jacob & Co. Twin Turbo Furious Bugatti “La Montre Noire” also features a 57mm 18k black gold case set with 344 baguette-cut black sapphires. The black Cordura strap features a PVD titanium clasp with a black gold buckle and 18 baguette-cut black sapphires, and if you’re lucky enough to get it, it will be worn on your wrist.
Jacob & Co.’s visual luxury continues inside, where “La Montre Noire” benefits from an ultra-complex mechanism composed of 832 tiny components. Since it was inspired by an iconic supercar, the watch also features a chronograph. The stopwatch mechanism actually incorporates a primitive “reference time” indicator.
The dial also has a small opening at 6 o’clock to indicate the reference time in minutes and seconds – which can be set via the crown. Additionally, the Twin Turbo Furious Bugatti La Montre Noire features an impressive decimal repeater.
Finally, let’s talk about power – that’s usually a common topic when we’re talking about supercars, right? Well, thanks to an ingenious planetary system, the needle points to the full power reserve to the left, then moves to the right as the 48-hour backup power runs out.
By now, you should expect what’s coming next – the Jacob & Co. Twin Turbo Furious Bugatti La Montre Noire is a unique piece. But where is that car? jacob & co astronomia replica
The Astronomia Everest watch was made for explorer and environmental activist Johan Ernst Nilson. In addition to the constantly “rotating” and “revolution” celestial galaxies and tourbillons, the watch is specially embedded with miniature transparent buckets containing real water, which Nilson collected at the South and North Pole. When you turn the watch, you can see the water sloshing in the bucket, clearly marked “North Pole” and “South Pole”.
In fact, there are even smaller and smaller groups of people.
Everyone knows that there is a watch brand that can be bought by the rich second generation, with an average price of one or two million. Why is it expensive? Because of its cool movement, outstanding design and strong sense of movement. There was once a jewelry brand that launched a colorful watch with a price of more than 50 million US dollars at a certain annual watch exhibition. Treasure, its movement is just a small negligible quartz movement, and the greatest value is the accumulation of countless unique colorful treasures on the case.
If time, machinery, complications, art, music… wishes, feelings, emotions can be realized and condensed on a mechanical watch, it is a great thing and a meaningful work, and it is worth a lot of money to have.
However, there is another extremely niche and high-end watch brand in the world: first of all, you may not have heard of it, because it is only accessible to a few tenths of the “tenth of a few” that we mentioned earlier. The brand that I have and I own, its masterpieces of watches that make us stunned and stunned, all have unrestrained machinery and imagination. At the same time, because this brand was born in the production of luxury jewelry, its wrist watch Watches, while mechanically complex, creatively extravagant and unimaginable, are also an astonishing operation in rare jewelry design and jewelry setting.
The beautiful universes and solar systems we once imagined as children, our dreams, all kinds of hard-to-reach worlds, are brought to our wrists…and live, real and time-synchronized.
All the unimaginable and complex mechanical structures and devices are realized by it and presented in the space of the replica watches online.
Compete for “engine”, speed and unrivaled coolness with the fastest and coolest sports cars in the world.
Fascinating mechanical fetish: the mysterious three-axis tourbillon. A fascinating mechanical fetish, actually in the arms of a dazzling diamond…
The romantic Hundred Gardens, through complex mechanical functions and dazzling jewels, are extremely gorgeously presented on the wrist. Vivid cinematic stories, deep emotions, and thoughts are presented on the wrist through complex mechanical functions and music boxes. A splendid, unimaginable, complex mechanical jewelry watch that everyone can’t refuse. The domineering golden dragon hovers above his wrist.
All of its jaw-dropping and unpredictable mechanical & jewelry masterpieces will make your jaw drop when you see it for the first time…envy, adore, and covet. But the most dazzling things must have the most “dazzling” pricing.
This brand is from the United States. It set up its base in Geneva, Switzerland, almost 10 years ago, and made crazy watches with top professional watchmaking teams. Regal brand: Jacob & Co. Jack Bao.
In fact, in 2006, Jack Bao had shocked the watchmaking industry with a 31-day ultra-long power mechanical watch named “Quenttin”. Later, it was more famous for its long-power Lange’s 31-day long power mechanical watch. Not yet born. It’s just that Jack Bao was unknown at the time, and he made a record-breaking stuff, but it didn’t make any waves.
“I’m bored with making mass-market jewellery” decides the same: I’m even more bored with making mass-market fine watches… And professional watchmaking must never be far from the centre of fine watchmaking. Arabo decided in 2012 to open its watch business headquarters in Geneva, and in 2014 launched the Astronomia collection. This series shocked the world as soon as it was launched, and caused a flurry of gulls in the haute horlogerie industry…
I still remember the first time in late 2014 or 2015, the first time I saw a small video of the Jackpot Astronomia watch, wow! trench! I also have no professional and appropriate adjectives, only such a simple exclamation. As a watch person who likes different things, I am deeply attracted. I just want to see and touch the real thing as soon as possible, and can’t wait. What attracts me is not only the “trenches” of the Jake Bao celestial body series, but also its unrestrained creativity, pure and naive fantasy world (galaxies, universe, music, ideals…), bold design, conceivable Knowing the difficulty of production and unparalleled mechanical sense.
Although Jack & Bao’s charming watches are rare in kind, on the Internet, Jack & Bao has skyrocketed overnight. In addition to the already shocking celestial body series, Arabo’s creative ideas flowed out of control, he opened a door, and all kinds of exaggerated and surprising watches were produced.
Arabo, an American entrepreneur, skilled craftsman and creative master of extraordinary mechanical watches and jewelry, has created ASTRONOMIA celestial body series, TWIN TURBO double tourbillon series, BRILLIANT halo series, THE MYSTERY mysterious time series for Jake Bao in just a few years , EPIC series, OPERA opera series, OIL PUMP oil pump series, FLEURS DE JARDIN hundred garden series, BILLIONAIRE billionaire series, PALATIAL series and more than a dozen series of watches. In terms of complex functions, the tourbillon is regarded as a standard configuration, while the minute repeater, chronograph, tourbillon, hollow, action couple and other complex functions and devices often keep pace with the size of the watch.
Leaving aside the dazzling celestial body series that are launched every year with peculiar new products, the latest Twin Turbo Furious series and Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon sapphire crystal version of the latest collaboration with Bugatti are simply subverting us. Imagining the scale of top luxury watches and mechanical watches.
Especially the full sapphire crystal model of the Bugatti Chiron cooperation model, the whole watch is a Bugatti Chiron that is stunned by the situation on the wrist! The most amazing thing is that when you press a button under the case that is similar to the start button on a sports car, the “engine” mechanical part of the central area of the watch dial, like the 8.0-liter W16 quad-turbo engine of the Bugatti Chiron, will be connected with the watch. The engine of a sports car is turning fast and rhythmically! Even people who drive sports cars rarely see what the engine tells the speeding! At the same time, the tourbillon, which is inclined 30 degrees at 12 o’clock, is also continuously rotating and timing at the speed of 60 seconds. This watch is so cool to wear on the wrist. As for showing off, who can compare with it? No one.
Minute repeater of the Twin Turbo Furious Fast and Furious Double Tourbillon series watch, this one is full of jewels, two three-axis tourbillons rotate side by side, can repeat the time at the same time, and have a special winding crown like a hand-cranking machine. Hao watch, although my wrist is a bit big, but I can’t restrain me from strongly recommending it to those who are full of momentum and have enough wrist size. It’s so cool and arrogant. It truly confirms the existence of Jack & Bao’s identity as a masterpiece of machinery & jewelry on the wrist of the top rich.
Among the relatively “people-friendly” Jack & Treasure watches, the most recommended is the Epic series hollow watch. The price is not high, but from the production details to the design, it fully conforms to Jack & Treasure’s sense of luxury. It is also very mechanical, which is relatively easy A good value for money Jack & co watch.