Watch enthusiasts, mark your calendars for WatchTime New York 2023, taking place at Manhattan’s historic Gotham Hall from October 20 to 22. The three-day extravaganza promises to delve into the world of watchmaking excellence, with brand presentations, industry seminars and hands-on experiences that will enthrall watch collectors. One of the standout watches introduced at the event was the Armin Strom Mirrored Force Resonance Manufacturing Edition Green.

Crafted in the manufacturer’s workshop, this exceptional watch quickly attracts attention with its striking open, green-touch dial. This model continues the previous line of Doubled Force Resonance designs, a line that dates back to 2016 and had its last major update in the first half of 2022. This latest model launched this spring.

On the wrist, the watch measures 43mm in diameter and 11.55mm in height, with its dimensions intended to provide a sturdy yet elegant case for the movement on display within. A small groove at 6 o’clock along with a slightly extended stem crown add some collection-specific touches to the look, while a stepped pusher supports the watch’s unique flyback complication. Pattern and mirror polishing throughout enhances aesthetics.

The highlights of the Armin Strom Mirrored Force Resonance are its open dial and integrated movement, demonstrating the brand’s mastery in fine watchmaking and mechanical resonance technology. The dial is eye-catching with a soft green hue on the main timekeeping dials, each with a distinctive garnet-colored textured finish. Grenage is a dial technique originating in the 19th century in which a solid silver dial is intricately engraved, then lacquered by hand before being finely treated and polished.

The color itself is influenced by vintage equipment at Armin Strom’s production house. Claude Greisler, Master Watchmaker and co-founder of Armin Strom, explains: “We chose this green color because it harmonizes with the polished and decorated parts of the open-worked movement. And the grenadine finish provides contrast with the polished indexes. This type of matte, rough surface reflects some light – but it’s not too loud. It shouldn’t dominate your attention and it shouldn’t compete with the movement.”

The highlights of the Armin Strom Mirrored Force Resonance are its open dial and integrated movement, demonstrating the brand’s mastery in fine watchmaking and mechanical resonance technology. The dial is eye-catching with a soft green hue on the main timekeeping dials, each with a distinctive garnet-colored textured finish. Grenage is a dial technique originating in the 19th century in which a solid silver dial is intricately engraved, then lacquered by hand before being finely treated and polished.

The color itself is influenced by vintage equipment at Armin Strom’s production house. Claude Greisler, Master Watchmaker and co-founder of Armin Strom, explains: “We chose this green color because it harmonizes with the polished and decorated parts of the open-worked movement. And the grenadine finish provides contrast with the polished indexes. This type of matte, rough surface reflects some light – but it’s not too loud. It shouldn’t dominate your attention and it shouldn’t compete with the movement.”

The open movement surrounding the green dial serves as a showcase for the meticulous decorative craftsmanship demonstrated by the brand’s watchmakers. Every detail, from the balance bridge to the beveled edges, is hand-polished. Even the side surfaces of the dial are meticulously finished, including matte, perforated or circular grain textures. Furthermore, according to the brand, the movement is assembled by hand twice to ensure quality.​What sets Armin Strom apart is its ability to fully exploit the power of resonance – a scientific phenomenon that has attracted the attention of watchmakers since the 17th century. Resonance occurs when two objects Can vibrate at the same frequency, automatically synchronized. This results in increased accuracy, power and stability. Instead of waiting for nature to achieve resonance between the two balance wheels, Armin Strom developed the original Resonant Clutch Spring, patented in 2016, which connects directly to the hairsprings. This invention ensures the two balance wheels maintain perfect resonance, each linked to two seconds indicators and synchronized via the case’s pushers, completely creating a kinetic spectacle on the dial’s face. Enchanting number upon activation and afterward.

The new Armin Strom Green Double Force Resonance Production Edition is limited to a total of 50 pieces, with a marked price of $63,000.

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