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May 18, 2024
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According to Jacob & Co., allotted time doesn’t fly, it floats For the first time in Geneva, the master designers at Jacob & Co. have created an ingenious interpretation of a classic regulator complication, subverting some of the rules of the method in the most striking way. To keep it simple, a "regulator" is a method of timekeeping (starting with clocks and pocket watches) that separates the functions of hours, minutes, and seconds and displays each function on a separate face on a watch dial. In fact, due to their inherent accuracy, regulator clocks are often used as real-time references by watchmaking shops, even if they do not produce regulator copy luxury watches themselves. However, transforming this ancient complication into a luxurious floating power work of art is beyond the reach of ordinary watch brands. No, that’s the job of a brand as eclectic and undisputedly technical as Jacob & Co. air appearance Again, to keep it simple, the new Jacob & Co. Astronomia Régulateur is a 43mm 18k rose gold regulator watch. But, given the house's innovative and decorative tendencies, the "simple" part of its description ends here, as there is much more to the story. Its floating 3D architecture and signature visual appeal—from component finishes to the vibrant blue and its red and gold colorways—are just the beginning of the extras the Astronomia Régulateur brings to the party. replica Tudor Black Bay The oversized sapphire faceplate is domed along the top (of course) and curves along the sides of the 18mm-thick case, held in place by the gleaming frame of the red gold case (which features a downward-sloping top flange and an open structure lugs). Think of it like a museum case; it allows you to observe the watch itself. Still, like all Jacob & Co. timepieces, the Astronomia Régulateur demands closer inspection, a look that reveals some impressive horological innovations to match the clever decoration.


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