Miles away from the assured stateliness of collections like the Lange 1, 1815 and Saxonia, the Zeitwerk bears noticeable heft and contemporary presence. This is thanks to its most unusual display that indicates the time with horizontally aligned numbers. Not unlike what you’ll see on a digital watch but only completely driven and coordinated by mechanical components.
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