1. Jules Audemars
  • Jules Audemars Openworked Minute Repeater with Jumping Hour and Small Seconds, Watch Reference 26356PT.OO.D028CR.01

    Openworked Minute Repeater with Jumping Hour and Small Seconds

    Hand-wound skeleton minute repeater watch with jumping hours and small seconds at 6 o'clock. 950 platinum case, white dial, blue strap.

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      Details

      • Case Width 43.00 mm
      • Case Thickness 12.00 mm
      • Water Resistance None

      Specifications

      Case
      Glareproofed sapphire crystal and caseback, not water-resistant
      Dial
      Openworked, silvered printed Arabic numerals, blued steel hands
      Bracelet
      Hand-stitched «large square scale» crocodile with 950 platinum AP folding clasp
      Reference
      26356PT.OO.D028CR.01
      Functions
      Minute repeater, jumping hour, minutes, small seconds
      Total diameter
      16½ mm
      Type of balance
      With Variable inertia blocks
      Frequency of balance wheel
      3,00 (=21'600 alternances/hour) Hz
      Type of balance-spring stud-holder
      Mobile stud
      Balance-spring type
      Breguet
      Number of jewels
      35
      Power reserve
      72 h
      Number of parts
      420

      specificities

      • Jumping hours forward and backwards correction through crown
      • Sequences of the hours- quarters- and minutes strikes are chained without silent pauses
      • Repeater corrigible hours
      • Manual finishing on both bridges and mainplate
      • Manual finishing of the cut out parts (polished bevels, grained finishing on top and Matt "brouillé" finishing underneath)
      • Minute repeater

    Audemars Piguet History

    Born in around 1750, the minute repeater is one of the noblest horological complications.