Luxuxy Accessories: Keeping your self-winding watch set accurately can be a rather perplexing issue when you happen to own more than one wristwatch of this nature. Strapping your various wristwatches to both arms and wearing those at the same time really isn't a practical solution-unless you are going for the "street hustler" look. So, what can you do to keep your team of watches running punctually? Orbita is the timely solution when accurate timekeeping is a top priority.
Orbita offers an array of winder modules that are guaranteed to keep even the most complex self-winding wristwatches on time perpetually. Orbita is the preferred manual winder for Patek Philippe, the designers of the Sky Moon Tourbillion #5002. By far, this is not your typical self-winding wristwatch, priced at $800,000. Robb Report Magazine named it the "Best of the Best Watches 2002." However, this unique self-winding timepiece is as complex as it is extravagant. If it stops ticking, there are 12 intricate settings that need to be reset.
Due to this instrument's winding crown position being set differently; most are set at 3:00, while the Sky Moon Tourbillion #5002 is set at 4:00. There were doubts that Orbita could handle it. But, after a few modifications to the Orbita Sempre by president and chief engineering "guru," Chuck Agnoff, the Oribita Sempre delivered flawlessly. Orbita offers power winding for any spring-wound or weight-wound clock.
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For LxM James Rothaar