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Diamonds are forever, but only when you know how to set them! When it comes to that, Harry Winston is one of the experts in this field. Although they have a firm footing in the world of Haute Horlogerie, it was the diamonds that got the legend of this brand started.

Harry Winston Premier Hypnotic Star

The Premier Hypnotic Star is one of the watches in the collection of Harry Winston that unites both these worlds in an unprecedented way.  84 baguette-cut diamonds are joined by 96 baguette-cut black spinels in a hypnotic, invisible setting. The level of craftsmanship needed to accomplish this is as impressive as the result is breathtaking. The star really seems to come out of the watch, an effect which is even amplified by the fire and scintillation of the diamonds.

Harry Winston Premier Hypnotic Star

With 36mm is the size of the Premier Hypnotic Star perfect. It remains elegant, yet is at the same time large enough to show off the dazzling dial of this timekeeper. To balance this brilliance somewhat, Harry Winston also opted to set the case with While this size will be comfortable to wear for most women, the design of the lugs will even increase this further. It holds a black satin strap which closes with a white gold ardillon buckle, set with an additional 28 baguette-cut diamonds, adding another 1.15 carats to the already impressive total carat weight of the watch, which totals just over the 15 carats.

Harry Winston Premier Hypnotic Star

Also, the backside of the Premier Hypnotic Star is a gem. Powered by automatic caliber HW2008, we are treated to circular Côtes de Genève and, less noticeable, a flat silicon balance spring. While the movement is not the main attraction of the watch, it does show that Harry Winston is serious about its ladies watches to fit them with a high-end, refined automatic caliber, and that just happens to be the icing on the cake.

Both biaxial tourbillons each contain 117 parts and each weigh 0.76 g — that is… wait for this… a mind-boggling 0.0065 g average weight per component in these “whirlwinds.” The balance wheels within the tourbillons have been likely at 30 degrees (read more about why that things in this epic hands of the Greubel Forsey Double Balancier) and are ticking away at a relatively feverish 3 Hertz or 21,600 beats per hour. Biaxial signifies two axes of rotation, and that, in turn, usually means two separate timings. The situation is no different in the event of the Harry Winston Histoire de Tourbillon 7 either, as the interior cages of the tourbillons make a full rotation in 45 seconds, while the outside cages come around in 75 seconds, respectively. This dance lasts approximately 55 hours, when you’ll need to manually re-wind the hand-wound caliber.Focusing on the tourbillons has also simplified the dial and made the watch entire more legible — an accomplishment we appreciate just as much (or even more), as any additional advancements in technical complexity. The dial is this rectangular, softly skeletonized design in anodized aluminum, with numerals and hands which you can actually read. Given the 50.9mm diameter of this enormous, 18k white gold case, the dial must be about exactly the exact same size as you’d see on a Reverso — so legibility should not be a problem anymore.ou’ll also notice that while the white gold case has been slimmed to a paltry ~51mm in diameter and 17.3millimeters in depth the lugs have also been shortened and turned down, probably in a bid to further improve wearability as well.Only twenty pieces of the Harry Winston Histoire de Tourbillon 7 will probably be made — ten at a red dial option, and ten in an anthracite version, and the jury remains out on whether or not the price will exceed last season’s version. Stay tuned for official pricing and impressions from our Baselworld 2016 coverage.
Only twenty pieces of the Harry Winston Histoire de Tourbillon 8 will probably be produced (ten with all the red dial( and ten in anthracite gray). We don’t yet have a confirmed price, but when the HDT 7’s $600,000 price tag was any sign, expect those twenty owners to be extremely well-heeled indeed. Harry Winston’s Task Z collection has been around for more than a decade now, and the famed jeweler and watch manufacturer has lately revealed off the 10th watch at the group. Dubbed very only the Harry Winston Project Z10 view, this view, like its predecessors, features the use of Zalium and can be heavily influenced by engineering and architecture.If that the Harry Winston Project Z is unfamiliar to you, here’s a brief recap. In 2004, Harry Winston embarked on the Job Z collection. The Z describes Zalium, a private zirconium-based alloy developed by Ron Winston, the son of Harry Winston, who also happened to be a fairly talented chemical engineer who did a lot of work with rocket propellants.He shortly realized that the properties of zirconium were perfect for watchmaking. Not only was it very resistant to corrosion, it was also hypoallergenic, quite strong, and mild. Ron then produced a special zirconium alloy and named it Zalium. In 2004, the very first Harry Winston Project Z watch has been started and this had been the start of the collection.Fast forward 12 years and we’ve got the 10th watch in the collection – the Harry Winston Project Z10 watch. Like the rest of the Project Z watches which preceded it, the Harry Winston Project Z10 watch has a case made of Zalium. The circumstance is 42.2mm broad and features a chunky design with very conspicuous crown guards. The case is also filled with details, which is remarkable considering how hard it’s to utilize Zalium due to its hardness. It is harder than stainless steel and even ceramic. The Harry Winston Project Z10 view is also water resistant to 100 meters, which is fitting because of the sporty design.

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