IDPA Japan Design Award

2024 International Design Pioneer Award | Japan Tokyo

AGELOCER Flying Tourbillon Watch


Project Description

AGELOCER has always been committed to exploring the world through mechanical watches. This flying tourbillon watch was inspired from futuristic architectural aesthetics. The movement is intricately skeletonized, with ruby bearings adorning the skeleton. The interplay of light and shadows within the skeleton creates a staggered line effect, which seamlessly blends architectural aesthetics into the design. The case features a bezel adorned with pure white ceramic, conferring it a distinct identity and design aesthetic. Not only is the bezel exceptionally durable and scratch-resistant, but it is also twice as light as steel, resulting in a surprisingly lightweight wearing experience. The 360° flying tourbillon allows the wearer to constantly admire the mechanical beauty of the watch. AGELOCER has developed an in-house free-sprung balance fine tuning system movement for this watch, so the time ticking would be as precise as micro-second levels. Additionally, the double spring linkage of the movement grants the watch an impressive power reserve of 80 hours, surpassing that of ordinary mechanical watches.


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