Celebrating the 19th century Three Bridges pocket watch, the new timepiece features black calfskin that evokes classic Aston Martin racing cars, with a “rubber alloy” described as “an insert. in innovative rubber injected with white gold “. It has a 44 mm (1.7 in) titanium case with black diamond-like carbon and a sapphire crystal case.
Measuring 10 mm (0.4 in) in diameter, the “lyre-shaped” cage, a feature that dates back to the company’s 19th century tourbillons, includes 79 components weighing 0.25 grams, helping to reduce fuel consumption. energy.
Energizing the main spring, the white gold micro-rotor is positioned under the barrel so as not to obstruct the view of the movement. Adorning the vertical flank of the micro-rotor is the automaker’s logo, which glows blue in the dim light, as well as the indexes and hands.
The wristwatch has an airy appearance and its movement seems to levitate in the case. This was achieved by reducing the movement of the back and apparently making the main plate disappear, and this is where the term “flying bridges” comes from.
So if you had a six-figure sum lying around, what car would you get? Porsche’s 911 GT3, for example, looks very attractive, and it costs “only” $ 15,000 more than Aston’s new watch.