SKU:  AD50-ST01

LINEAR SERIES 2


£65,768.00
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£54,807.00
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Released in a limited edition of only 28 pieces, the Hautelence Linear Series 2 watch has a spectacular openworked dial arrangement showcasing a flying tourbillon together with a retrograde jumping hour indication. Presented in the company’s iconic TV-shaped case format, which for this model is clad in a stealthy PVD coating, the watch evokes an exceptional presence on the wrist.

Founded in 2004 and acclaimed for their unconventional time indications and masterful micro-mechanics, Hautlence are now a sister company of H. Moser & Cie. Having marked their renaissance in 2022, the Linear Series 2 watch by Hautelance introduces an almost all-black aesthetic to the collection, which enhances the visual pleasure of the exposed mechanisms on the dial side.

Measuring 50.8mm across and 43mm end to end, the TV-screen watch case of the Hautlence Linear Series 2 watch, so-named as it recalls the profile of retro television screens, has been crafted from black PVD coated stainless steel finished with satin and polished techniques. Resting 11.9mm high on the wrist, a full integration of the strap ensures an ergonomic wear, and furthermore with a water resistance of 100m, the casing conforms to the sports characteristics of the piece.

The bezel of the Linear Series 2 by Hautelence is stepped and is topped with bevelled sapphire crystal revealing an extraordinary dial arrangement. On the left sector, a scale rendered in white displays the linear jumping hours, driven by an elongated blued lever fully visible at the centre of the dial. As it progresses up the scale each hour can be read via a petite white pointer and on passing the 12 o’clock, the mechanism disengages enabling the pointer to return instantly to the number 1.

The minutes on the Hautelence Linear Series 2 are read in a more traditional manner via a needle-like hand and numerals rendered in brilliant white upon a sapphire dial at the centre. Joining this uniquely fascinating indication of time, the fully exposed flying tourbillon at the six o’clock location is clasped beneath a blued bridge. By day the time-telling display is intuitive and compelling, but in dimmer light conditions the indices, minute hand and hour pointer come alive, in an illuminated and striking spectacle.

Beating at a frequency of 21’600 vib/h (3Hz), and with a reserve of power of 72 hours, the D50 in-house automatic tourbillon movement within the Linear Series 2 by Hautelence comprises 239 components. Highly modern in its arrangement, the bridges are rendered in dark grey with a finely brushed surface while the partially openworked rotor has been embellished with the brand’s signature Moebius logo.

Released in a limited series of 28 pieces, the Hautlence Linear Series 2 watch comes presented on a black rubber strap secured with a black PVD steel clasp.

Released in a limited edition of only 28 pieces, the Hautelence Linear Series 2 watch has a spectacular openworked dial arrangement showcasing a flying tourbillon together with a retrograde jumping hour indication. Presented in the company’s iconic TV-shaped case format, which for this model is clad in a stealthy PVD coating, the watch evokes an exceptional presence on the wrist.

Founded in 2004 and acclaimed for their unconventional time indications and masterful micro-mechanics, Hautlence are now a sister company of H. Moser & Cie. Having marked their renaissance in 2022, the Linear Series 2 watch by Hautelance introduces an almost all-black aesthetic to the collection, which enhances the visual pleasure of the exposed mechanisms on the dial side.

Measuring 50.8mm across and 43mm end to end, the TV-screen watch case of the Hautlence Linear Series 2 watch, so-named as it recalls the profile of retro ... Released in a limited edition of only 28 pieces, the Hautelence Linear Series 2 watch has a spectacular openworked dial arrangement showcasing a flying tourbillon together with a retrograde jumping hour indication. Presented in the company’s iconic TV-shaped case format, which for this model is clad in a stealthy PVD coating, the watch evokes an exceptional presence on the wrist.Founded in 2004 and acclaimed for their unconventional time indications and masterful micro-mechanics, Hautlence are now a sister company of H. Moser & Cie. Having marked their renaissance in 2022, the Linear Series 2 watch by Hautelance introduces an almost all-black aesthetic to the collection, which enhances the visual pleasure of the exposed mechanisms on the dial side.Measuring 50.8mm across and 43mm end to end, the TV-screen watch case of the Hautlence Linear Series 2 watch, so-named as it recalls the profile of retro


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