Space Revolution

2021 Edition

SPACE REVOLUTION features a new technology

two tourbillons whirling at high speed in opposite directions

18K Rose Gold | Sapphire
Limited edition of 8 watches

LM-104.50.52

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Technical Data

Caliber LM104

Manufacture Calibre - Flying Satellite Double Tourbillon

Manual

21600 VPH (3 Hz)

48 hours

Jewels: 56

Sapphire Top:
41.6 mm

18K Rose Gold Base:
43.5 mm

Hours and Minutes

Hours and Minutes

10 meters

Alligator

24 mm

Folding clasp

18K Rose Gold | Sapphire
Black Aventurine dial

Swiss made

Spirit of the creation

The mechanism required over three years of research.
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This exceptional 3D video enables you to immerse yourself in the complex mechanism of Space Revolution and observe its volume along with each of its elements in detail: two tourbillons rotating in opposite directions, at different speeds and on distinct levels, along with two spaceships also travelling in opposite directions and at different heights. An authentic technical and creative feat.

Technology enables a true feat

Two spaceships and two satellite tourbillons rotating around the dial, as well as the two tourbillon cages – each spinning on its own axis.

Two tourbillons are rotating at high speed in opposite directions. They cross paths 18 times/hour (i.e. every three minutes and twenty seconds) and are built on two levels. The first one revolves around the dial in five minutes (clockwise), and the other in ten minutes (counter-clockwise).

What technique was used to push existing limits?

More accurate than a tourbillon

Two oscillators with a differential gear mechanism

Perfect rotation and poising of the rotating elements

5 ball-bearings with 7 ceramic balls
1 ball-bearing with 9 ceramic balls

Two barrels

Each supplying energy to a tourbillon

Ultra-complex mechanism

470 components

Virtuoso assembly process

Only one movement per month 43 mm

Mysterious mechanism

The mechanism is hidden in the base of the chassis, measuring a mere 3.75 mm thick. The central column transmits orders to the tourbillons, spaceships and hands.

The advantage of this construction is to leave plenty of space so as to highlight the magic of the show being staged.

Spectacular tourbillons

The tourbillon cages are hexagonal and geometrically shaped.

Each cage weighs only 0.24 grams, in order to guarantee suitable speed through fine poising.

Intergalactic spaceships

The science-fiction inspired spaceships are made of high-tech titanium.

Titanium is ultra light. This lightness is essential for a very high-speed revolution: a complete turn of the dial takes five minutes for BLACK FORCE, and ten minutes for RED FORCE.

Black Force

RED Force

The finishing is hand-crafted and the vibrancy of the red and black colours stems from an applied lacquer.

Why such a fast speed?

It gives life to a playful show, in perpetual motion. The spaceship serves a technical function, acting as a counterweight to the opposite tourbillon.

A spaceship weighs 0.5 grams, barely more than a bird feather...

Aventurine

Aventurine brilliantly evokes the starlit sky. Its origin dates back to the 17th century, in Murano.

Its secret? Particles resembling gold flakes are inserted into molten blown glass.

SPACE REVOLUTION features an aventurine dial of exceptional quality.

It was acquired more than 50 years ago by the father of Daniel Haas, our partner in extraordinary gems. From the original block to final polishing, more than eight handcrafted steps are required to prepare it for appearing at its best advantage.

Extraterrestrial fragments

These meteorites, the rarest in the world, testify to a highly exclusive nature.

Each of the eight watches is truly unique, thanks to the meteorite fragment placed beneath the centre of the hands on the watch.

Lunar meteorite

Lunar meteorite is one of the rarest. To date, less than 200 lunar meteorites have been identified in the world.

Martian meteorite

Martian meteorite is one of the rarest. To date, fewer than 150 Martian meteorites have been identified in the world. The price per gram is higher than gold and platinum combined.

Allende meteorite

The oldest known material in the solar system. Its age is estimated at 4.567 billion years old - making it older than the Earth itself.

Erg Chech meteorite

This exceptional meteorite is older than the earth. It is estimated to date back 4.566 billion years.

Jbilet Winselwan meteorite

This mysterious meteorite contains traces of amino acids, potentially the very first trace of known life in the cosmos.

Isheyevo meteorite

Isheyevo, found in Russia in 2003, is a carbonaceous chondrite meteorite containing a beautiful sequence of fine layers.

Gibeon meteorite

This iron meteorite was found in Namibia. It displays an extraterrestrial motif: the exceptional Widmanstätten pattern.

Armanty meteorite

This meteorite, composed of a natural and extraterrestrial ferronickel alloy, comes from the heart of an asteroid measuring more than 100 km in diameter. It was discovered in recent years in China.

Lunar meteorite

Lunar meteorite is one of the rarest. To date, less than 200 lunar meteorites have been identified in the world.

Martian meteorite

Martian meteorite is one of the rarest. To date, fewer than 150 Martian meteorites have been identified in the world. The price per gram is higher than gold and platinum combined.

Allende meteorite

The oldest known material in the solar system. Its age is estimated at 4.567 billion years old - making it older than the Earth itself.

Erg Chech meteorite

This exceptional meteorite is older than the earth. It is estimated to date back 4.566 billion years.

Jbilet Winselwan meteorite

This mysterious meteorite contains traces of amino acids, potentially the very first trace of known life in the cosmos.

Isheyevo meteorite

Isheyevo, found in Russia in 2003, is a carbonaceous chondrite meteorite containing a beautiful sequence of fine layers.

Gibeon meteorite

This iron meteorite was found in Namibia. It displays an extraterrestrial motif: the exceptional Widmanstätten pattern.

Armanty meteorite

This meteorite, composed of a natural and extraterrestrial ferronickel alloy, comes from the heart of an asteroid measuring more than 100 km in diameter. It was discovered in recent years in China.

Feel light

Maximal transparency enables one to admire a unique show.

The technical construction of the case is unusual:

  • a sapphire container mounted on an 18K gold chassis
  • openworked lugs and case middle
  • a sapphire dome and welded inner bezel ring
Lighter case
9.33 grams of sapphire and 60.11 grams of gold

Original time-setting

A selector placed on the case-back features two distinct positions for time-setting and winding.

The crown is no longer pulled out and is used to either set the hands or to wind the mechanism.

A themed presentation box

A themed presentation box for an original creation

The fastening system faithfully reproduces BLACK FORCE and stems from complex modelling and a painstaking production process.

The sphere is coated with a material immersing us into the graphic universe of meteorites.

A few figures

Light travels at a speed equivalent to
7.5 laps of the Earth per second.

0.24 grams. The weight of a tourbillon cage

0.5 grams. The weight of a spaceship

2 oscillators with a differential gear mechanism

3 years of development

8 limited-edition watches

18. The number of times per hour that the spaceships cross paths

43 mm. Case diameter

44 ceramic balls

470 components: the mechanism

300,000 km/sec. The speed of light, indicated instead of the minutes.
In 5 minutes, it travels 90 million kilometres.
In 10 minutes, it travels 180 million kilometres…
At this speed, a journey from the Earth to the Moon would take just over a second, and Mars would be 3 to 22 minutes away, depending on its orbital position.

Middle East Watch of the Year

2020

Best technical innovation watch
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Muse Design Awards

2020

Fashion Design of the Year
Platinum award
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