Klepcys DICE

$37,700.00
Reference: 539.508.TT.A

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SPECS DETAILS
SPECS

Limited Edition: 50 pieces
Case: polished titanium
Size: 42mm
Movement: automatic-winding manufacture caliber CYR718
Function: two independent chronographs with a shared counter at 3 o'clock
Power Reserve: approximately 60 hours
Water Resistance: 100m
Dial: openworked
Caseback: sapphire crystal
Strap/Bracelet: comes with two: grey Cordura and black rubber
Factory Warranty: two years

DETAILS

The Klepcys DICE is an innovative chronograph model from Cyrus. DICE – an acronym for Double Independent Chronograph Evolution – references the watch’s ability to measure two short time intervals independently or in synchrony. However, it should not be confused with the rattrapante version, where the two hands track the time of two events that start simultaneously but end at different times or indicate an intermediate elapsed time.

Thanks to the openworked architecture, the prestigious mechanics that power Klepcys DICE command center stage on the dial.  The two column wheels are highlighted on the dial. Picked out in bright red and electric blue lacquer, they are placed at 12 and 6 o'clock, respectively. The unusual arrangement of the chronograph mechanism on the dial side reveals the motion of the finely decorated wheels, levers, and gears mounted on a double mainplate with a black micro-beaded PVD treatment.

The 30-minute chronograph counter at 3 o'clock – the star function of Klepcys DICE – is equipped with two vertically aligned hands in red and blue. Thanks to the bold colors, reading the two elapsed times is instantaneous. The independent hands track a graduated scale with markers at 15 and 30 minutes in alternating red and blue. The same red and blue color scheme is used for the two central seconds hands. The twin crowns are equipped with pushers that control the chronograph functions. Each is distinguished by either a red or blue anodized aluminum ring to select which chronograph will be activated.
 

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