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This watch lets the wearer view the length of the day in a specified location.
By Roberta Naas | October 21 2020
The Krayon Anywhere watch is a hyper-complication that lets the wearer view the length of the day in a specified location. Powered by a new 432-part hand-wound mechanical movement (Caliber C030), the watch offers hours and minutes, as well as a 24-hour display, month display and a simple calendar date display at 6:00. Most important, it displays the length of the day, and offers the sunrise and sunset times at the owner’s exact location. The peripheral rings on the dial separate the day into two sections (day/sky blue and night/dark blue), and as it evolves, the length and color of the rings change to reflect the passing of each of the 24 hours. The constantly moving display is linked to latitude and uses a mechanical positioning system set to the owner’s location when purchased. The owner can have the brand’s watchmakers adjust the sunrise/sunset times as often as desired so the time is accurate anywhere in the world.
Price: $116,000 in 18K rose gold