For the uninitiated, the Ressence time telling format generally is a bit complicated (it helps to see it in movement), however it mainly consists of a collection of round parts which might be in fixed movement, transferring across the dial as time passes. On the Sort 3, hours are indicated by the inside wheel with the hand image on the 12:00 place, and minutes are learn via the lengthy hand pointing to the dial’s perimeter. The Sort 3 additionally offers the day of the week and date, in addition to a relentless studying of the oil temperature.
For this model of the Sort 3, which Ressence will solely produce for one yr, they’ve gone with a very monochromatic look (BBB stands for “black, black, black”). The background for the time telling parts is a wealthy, darkish black, with solely white and grey used for distinction. The case is titanium and DLC coated to match the darkish tone of the dial. The case doesn’t have a conventional crown (all the things is adjusted by way of a lever that may be pulled out from the watch’s caseback), so there’s a sure ergonomic enchantment to the Sort 3, even at 44mm in diameter.
The retail value for the Sort 3BBB is ready at CHF 36,500. Ressence