May 19, 2011 famous brand Speake-Marin for the tenth anniversary of the purists, presented a new model of Vegas Ten.
Like the city of Las Vegas Vegas Ten hours of model is made in the elegant and relaxed style. Night dazzling fireworks illuminate the sky of Las Vegas exuberant bursts of noise and color, as reflected in the digital index, made in the form of bright stars and harmony with the body of the ears red and gold crown of white gold. Model Vegas Ten has a function for “jumping” an hour with the indication of the jump, the central minute hand, shifted to second gear and the date aperture.
SM3V mechanism with manual winding 23 jewels with a power reserve of 80 hours corresponds to the highest standards, and the movement itself “jumping” hours can clearly be seen through the open dial. Bridges mechanism engraved silver nickel and visible through the transparent back cover.
The design Vegas Ten Peter Speake-Marin showed his rethinking of the function “jump” hours as technically, and aesthetically. Indicator “jumping” is located on an extra hour dial in the position of the temporary index 12. The central minute hand moves around the circumference of the main dial, while its corporate wheel rotation indexes seconds.
Indicator “jump” in the position of the temporary index 3 hours to inform owners about the “jump” or not. This feature minimizes confusion when the minute hand is at position 12.
Ears of red and gold crown are in perfect harmony with the titanium body, and perfectly match in color with a second wheel, aperture date cog “jumping” an hour and a plate engraved with the logo. Stars and points, replacing the indices hours and minutes, cut with a laser and filled with fluorescent substance, enabling them to glow in the dark dial and hyperfine body.
Elegant, symmetrically placed levers and springs at the bottom of an open-dial control mechanism of “bouncing” an hour and do not allow it to stop, while their mirror ensures synchronicity between indexing time and date aperture in both directions: clockwise and counterclockwise arrow.