There are no absolutes! Time has been passing through the hour and minute hands for 7 centuries. No need to look at hands anymore: the Trilobe watch is pointing to a new pole, enhanced with nonconformity and jostling encounters. The watch leaves time travelling along its own path and reinventing its wheel. Thus a new classic is born, hands less, but with a sprinkle of magic!
a conceptual reversal
Yesterday, time was frozen under rotating hands. With the Trilobe watch, time starts moving. Emboldened by this momentum, three rotating rings rush forward, carrying with them the scales of time: the largest ring for hours, the median one for minutes, the smallest one for seconds. A new classic.
An ornamental pattern made of several circular arcs.
An architectural motif that echoes the three pillars of time - Hours, Minutes and Seconds. Timeless and universal, this figure gives its name to the brand, and becomes the new indicator of time.
The Sainte-Chapelle rosace
Chosen for the skeleton of the seconds disc. A mysterious place for Parisians, far from the distracted eyes of passers-by. A so-called "radiant" architecture, allowing the rays of light to enter. No other building had been so bright before its construction. A luminous and subtle invitation to the heart of the movement.
Three eccentric and rotating rings
Turning counterclockwise. An opposite stance from traditional watchmaking.
A few hidden details…
And the three non-aligned trilobes? Why not? A touch of poetry and eccentricity on your wrist.
on your wrist
It is 8 hours, 0 minutes and 8 seconds.
Setting the watch:
A familiar and simple gesture that makes setting the time of your watch as natural as it is intuitive.
Pull the crown and turn in either direction to position the trilobes according to the hours and minutes of the time you wish. Then pull the crown out to its initial position.