Armin Strom has just updated its flagship watch the Mirrored Force Resonance. Originally introduced in 2016, the Mirrored Force Resonance allows wearers to visually see the synchronization of the two balance wheels.
The principle of resonance allows for a more regular timekeeping rate by synchronizing two balance wheels that oscillate in opposite directions at the same time. With Armin Strom, a patented Resonance Clutch Spring is able to reach and remain in a state of resonance faster and for longer than any other resonance system in watchmaking — increasing resistance to socks and positional rate variances.
This update takes the engineered watch and slims it down to new proportions of 43mm x 11.55mm with both balance bridges open-worked on the left side for a lighter presence. Limited to 25 pieces, the Armin Strom Mirrored Force Resonance First Edition is priced at $59,000 USD. Head over to Armin Strom to learn more.
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