First launched in 2008, Horological Machine No2 revolutionised the world of haute horlogerie with its distinctive rectangular shape, flying buttresses, dual portholes and modular construction. The crystal-clear sapphire case of HM2-SV then took the revolution even further by offering unprecedented visual access into the meticulously hand-finished, 349-component engine powering the indications on HM2's iconic twin dials.
But all good things come to an end and, after three very successful years, Horological Machine No2 takes one last bow on centre 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.
HM2-Black SV and HM2-RedSV are both limited editions of 18 pieces each
Jean-Marc Wiederrecht/Agenhor designed functionality regulated and powered by a Girard-Perregaux 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
HM2-Black SV: Sapphire/black PVD coated titanium baseplate, electric green gasket, limited to 18 pieces
HM2-Red SV: Sapphire/18K red gold baseplate, black gasket, limited to 18 pieces
Dimensions (exclusive of crown and lugs): 59mm x 38mm x 13mm
Water resistant to 30 meters (3 ATM)
Number of parts: 120 (case only)
Sapphire case top and crystals over the dual dials with anti-reflective treatment on both faces.
Display back with anti-reflective treatment on single face.
Brushed sapphire and black metallic discs
Strap & Buckle:
Black hand-stitched alligator with 18K gold & titanium folding buckle
Precision engineered aluminium and leather instrument case featuring an integrated Rüeger thermometer