Czapek & Cie has introduced a new variation to its Antarctique lineup, dubbed the Antarctique Titanium Dark Sector.
As its name suggests, the new timepiece features a grade 5 titanium body and a smooth yet enigmatic anthracite dial. Silhouette-wise, the new three-hand time-teller takes on a geometric yet serene mood that completes its minimalistic appeal and dial design.
Inside the timepiece houses Maison’s own SXH5.01 automatic movement. Wound by a recycled-platinum micro-rotor, the piece is configured with a free-sprung balance, while the Calibre offers 60 hours of power reserve through a single barrel.
The timepiece comes with a brushed titanium bracelet, an additional strap is also provided. Integrated with Maison’s quick-change system, wearers can choose from an array of straps ranging from soft calf leather to rubbered and patterned ones that reference the Passage de Drake dial, complete with 7 different color options.
The Czapek & Cie Antarctique Titanium Dark Sector watch will retail for 32’000 CHF (approximately $34,684 USD) and will be available starting April 1 via the brand’s website.
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