New Harry Winston watch announced

First published: 07-09-2010

A new Harry Winston timepiece may interest watch fans looking for an item that suggests a fine and rich design.

One of the main points about the Harry Winston Midnight Chrono Tourbillon is the use of the tourbillion mechanism, a device that was invented more than 200 years ago and can be viewed in working motion via a window in the left hand side of the timepiece's face, Watch Luxus has reported.

This feature is neighboured on the watch face by a time display that is off-centred, a common design unique to products from Harry Winston, who first got into the jewellery and timepiece industry in 1932.

To help wearers to identify the current time, a dark blue colour is used for both a chronograph minutes counter and a seconds hand, which contrasts brilliantly with the rest of the colour scheme for the watch – which is available in either rose gold or white gold.

The case measures in at a sizeable 44mm and is able to have power reserves of up to 72 hours. Finishing off each edition of the timepiece is a black alligator strap.


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