The Problem: Chronographs are too busy.
The Solution: Reducing the visual aspect of those registers but more than 50%. The Result: The Seco-Graph.
The Story. . .
To follow up the raider I have thought about the history of aviation especially military aviation. After WWII the next big aviation milestone was breaking the sound barrier in 1947, this feet was done by Chuck Yeager, who happens to be from my own home state of West Virginia. This aviation event was quite impressive. On October 14th 1947 Yeager strapped in to the X-1 Which was dropped from a B-29 bomber. The X-1 was basically a rocket with wings and controls that partially failed that first flight. If was an orange/red “jet” which is why the seconds wheels are this color on the black dial version. Additionally, the watch pays tribute to one of the more unique pocket watches in history the seco-meter. This unique design has a disk was was concealed under the dial with a window to view the seconds. I have taken this design aspect and utilized it to make the chronographs registers much more cleaner, which I hope will appeal to chronograph fans but also those that may think the chronograph is too busy.
Specs: 42MM case, Sapphire Glass, ST19 Mechanical Movement, BGW9, LumeWhite dial option will be full lume dial. Caseback will be exhibition to show case the beautiful ST19.
Expected Delivery Sept/Oct 21. Limited to 50 pieces total ( 25 of each dial option )