horological machine n°2

horlogical machine n°2



Horological Machine N°2 is a holistically conceived and engineered three-dimensional timekeeping machine. HM2 features the first world's mechanical movement offering: Instantaneous Jumping Hour, Concentric Retrograde Minutes, Retrograde Date, Bi-Hemisphere Moon-Phase and Automatic Winding.

Horological Machine N°2 is an incredible sophisticated micro-mechanical work of art with over 450 components making up the case and movement; however its complexity has been carefully engineered for functional simplicity.

The dynamic tension between apparently incongruous elements in Horological Machine N°2, such as that between cutting-edge technology and sculptural art, matte finish and mirror polish, high-tech alloys and precious metals, and between traditional watchmaking and 21st century micro-engineering, endows this impeccably finished machine with vibrant vitality.

Horological Machine N°2 takes one last bow on center stage with two final limited editions of 18 pieces each, both featuring sapphire cases: HM2-Black SV and HM2-Red SV close the HM2 collection, thus ensuring its exclusivity.


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moon white gold
profile dark
hm2 redsv
hour white gold
hm2 red gold
hm2 cti profile
hm2 white gold
hm2 cr face
hm2 cti face
hm2 cti
hm2 blacksv profile
hm2 redsv profile
hm2 cr
hour red gold
hm2 blacksv
moon red gold
profile light


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  • design
  • movement
  • case & buckle
  • dial & hands
  • communication
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François Liard
Georges Auer
Didier Dumas
Jacques-Adrien Rochat
Isabelle Vaudaux
Régis Golay
Isabelle Chillier
Bertrand Jeunet
Maximilian Büsser
Eric Giroud
Denis Parel
Frédéric Legendre
Estelle Tonelli
Alban Thomas
Salvatore Ferrarotto
Maximilien Di Blasi
Georges Veisy
Olivier Purnot
Félix Celetta
David Lamy
José Perez
Denis Garcia
Maarten van der Ende
Gérald Moulière
Pierre Chillier
Dominique Mainier
Serge Kriknoff
Patrick Lété
François Bernhard
Stéphane Balet
Ian Skellern
Guillaume Schmitz
Gianni Di Blasi
Jean-Marc Wiederrecht
Martin Stettler
Emmanuel Maitre




Sapphire & Black PVD coated Titanium
Limited edition of 18 pieces


Sapphire & 18K Red Gold
Limited edition of 18 pieces


Ceramic & 18K Red Gold
Limited edition of 33 pieces


Ceramic & Titanium
Limited edition of 66 pieces


18K White Gold & Titanium
Limited edition of 125 pieces


18K Red Gold & Titanium
Limited edition of 125 pieces

specs & manual

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  • Gold editions: HM2-18K White Gold/Titanium or 18K Red Gold/Titanium; limited edition of 125 pieces (each).
  • Ceramic editions: HM2-CR Ceramic/Red Gold; limited edition of 33 pieces or HM2-CTi Ceramic/Titanium; limited edition of 66 pieces.
  • Sapphire Vision editions HM2-Black SV: Sapphire/Black PVD coated Titanium or HM2-Red SV: Sapphire/18K Red Gold; limited edition of 18 pieces (each)
  • Dimensions (exclusive of crown and lugs): 59mm x 38mm x 13mm.
  • Water resistant to 30 meters (3 ATM).
  • Number of parts: 102 (case only) or 120 (Sapphire editions).


  • Jean-Marc Wiederrecht/Agenhor designed functionality regulated and powered by a Sowind base.
  • Balance oscillating at 28,800 bph.
  • 22K Red Gold battle-axe automatic winding rotor (green PVD coated 22K for HM2-Black SV).
  • Number of components: 349 including 44 jewels.


  • Left dial: Retrograde Date and Bi-Hemisphere Moon Phase.
  • Right Dial: Jumping Hours and Concentric Retrograde Minutes.


  • Ruthenium or Black.

Sapphire crystals

  • Dial side with anti-reflective treatment on both faces.
  • Display back with anti-reflective treatment on single face.



set the date

The sliding crown guard has 3 positions:

1. “In” position = Normal position when wearing the watch and winding crown.

2. Intermediate position = Slide the crown guard to the first notch and turn the crown to the correct date. Slide the crown guard back against the case when finished.

set the time

“Out” position = Fully slide the crown guard out and turn the crown to the correct time. The minutes can be adjusted both clockwise and anticlockwise. Slide the crown guard back against the case when finished.

Your watch is equipped with an automatic movement. If it has stopped, check that the slide is fully in (position 1) and wind the crown a few turns.


To adjust the moon phase, gently position the supplied tool in the corrector hole, which is located on the left-hand side of the case. To avoid damaging the moon phase gear train, do not adjust the moon phase between 9 pm and 2 am.

change straps

1 - Remove the screw on the right-hand lug by turning anticlockwise with the supplied screwdriver.

2 - Remove the screw on the left-hand lug by turning anticlockwise with the supplied screwdriver.

3 - Push the central pin out from between the strap and the lugs and remove the strap. Repeat steps 1-3 on the other side of the case.

4 - Place the new strap between the lugs and slide the central pin through lugs and strap.
Screw-in the right-hand screw in the lug by turning the screwdriver in a clockwise direction.

5 - Screw-in the left-hand screw in the lug by turning the screwdriver in a clockwise direction. Repeat steps 1-3 on the other side of the case.