The Most Complex Timepiece In the World

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Hysek Colosso

The company boasted this watch to be the most complex timepiece ever had been realized. The transparent case allows you to see the elaborate yet sublime engineering beneath. It features tiny spinning three dimensional globe that display GMT visually. The globe turns on itself in 24 hours and can be set either on local time or GMT. This magnificent watch also features hour, quarter and minute repeaters, two beautiful cathedral timbres, and it is lavished in 62 jewels. This grandeur of Hysek’s Colosso can be yours if you have $500,000 in the bank, or you could just buy yourself a decent house or a Lambhorgini instead. [Hysek]


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