2012/02/01 - Antoine Martin Quantième Perpétuel QP01

By establishing the Antoine Martin watch manufactory at Alpnach, in the heart of Switzerland, master watchmaker Martin Braun realised his dream of manufacturing a contemporary movement and creating unique, state-of-the-art modern timepieces. Two years of work were needed to envisage, create and produce this extraordinary watch, with its high aesthetic and technical standards. Among many other surprises are an oversized grade 5 titanium balance and a high-tech silicone escapement requiring no lubricant for extreme efficiency. As well as the talent displayed by the artist-watchmaker, the watch is an aesthetic joy to behold, with the case specifically designed to house the large movement. A work of art that perfectly sets off the manifold displays of its perpetual calendar.








Technical specifications

Movement :
  • Hand-wound, AM 39.001 calibre, 39.5 x 8 mm, 18,000 vib/h, 60 jewels, 324 components, 6-day power reserve 
Functions :
  • Hours, minutes, day, date, month, leap year, day/night indicator, power-reserve indicator 
Case :
  • 18K pink gold, 18K white gold or black DLC steel
  • Anti-reflective sapphire crystal
  • Water-resistant to 50 m 
Dial :
  • Silvered
  • Day/night indicator at 9 o'clock, leap year at 12 o'clock, centre days and months
  • Large date window at 6 o'clock, power-reserve indicator on back
Bracelet/Strap :
  • Silvered
  • Day/night indicator at 9 o'clock, leap year at 12 o'clock, centre days and months
  • Large date window at 6 o'clock, power-reserve indicator on back