At first glance the “Quantum Gravity” brings to mind a fascinating scientific contraption or device rather than merely a wristwatch for telling the time, its complex futuristic appearance and name add to its sci-fi mystique.
This stunning piece of engineering has an innovative tourbillon mechanism that spins on two axis points, as well as a green liquid containing phosphorescent nanoparticles which is held in a vertical column, indicating the battery’s power level.
The titanium case is a substantial 22mm deep and 48.5mm wide and features a 3-day power reserve.
Concord created a limited run of only ten pieces for the Quantum Gravity.
[…] the closest watch I can think of to this is Concord’s C1 Quantum Gravity which uses liquid to indicate the power reserve – incidentally Vincent Perriard the leader of […]