LIVE with MARK SCHWARZ of VAULT
Pietro Tomajer from The Limited Edition catches up with Mark Schwarz of Vault @vault.swiss to chat about independent watchmaking, collaborations, the ultimate in watch customisation and explaining the principles behind how a Vault watch displays the time…
How To Use The Supersede Horage TUTORIAL
Horage watchmaker Lenny walks you through the details and usage of your new Supersede. Guide for the Supersede functions and different usages Position 1: Winding Position • In this position you can wind the watch manually by turning the crown clockwise. • As you wind you can see the power in the mainspring increase by looking at the power reserve indicator. • When the power reserve is full you can stop winding. SUPERSEDE TRUE ALL-TERRAIN GMT 6 Power Reserve Indicator Position 3: Setting Home Time (or reference time) • With the crown unscrewed pull the crown outwards to the second notch. The seconds hand will stop for more accurate time setting. • Turn the crown clockwise to set the Home hand and minutes correctly. • Ensure that the day/night indicator matches the correct time of day to the home hand. • You can also set the date in this position by continually winding the hands past 12 o’clock however “Position 2” is far faster. • Once home and minutes are set push the crown in once to “Position 2”. If completely finished with time setting be sure to push in and screw down the crown. 0 1 2 3 SUPERSEDE TRUE ALL-TERRAIN GMT 7 Second Hand Minute Hand Day/Night Indicator Home Hour Hand Date Position 2: Quick Set Date & Local Time • With the crown unscrewed pull the crown outwards to the first notch. • Set the date by turning the crown counter clockwise. The date will quickly jump through the days. • Set the local time by turning the crown clockwise. • The local hand will jump in one hour increments. • Take note that the date is linked to the local hand. • Once set be sure to push in and screw down the crown. 0 1 2 3 SUPERSEDE TRUE ALL-TERRAIN GMT 8 Date Local Hour Hand Advice for Travelling • When travelling adjust local time only and keep the home time or reference the same. This ensure accurate minutes and seconds are kept. • Unscrew crown and pull out to the first notch (Position 2). • Set local time by simply turning the crown clockwise. • The local hour hand will move in hour increments. • The date is linked to the local hour hand and the date will change automatically when the hour hand passes midnight.