The manual wind chronograph from HABRING². It features their patented Crown Operated System (COS) for the operation of the chrono, start, stop and reset is done by turning the crown rather than the typical button pushing. Cased in the standard SS 42mm HABRING² case with exhibition sapphire crystal back.
This watch has a lovely grey dial with silver sub dials, rhodiated markers and numerals.
The latest version of the Habring² chronograph. This Chrono-Felix version is now a mono-pusher chrono, featuring their own caliber A11C-H1 in the 38.5mm steel Felix case with classic steel hands.
Dials available for order: copper/salmon with Dauphine hands, Silver, Silver with black subdials (panda).
A staff favorite! ...the Habring² Foudroyante-Felix featuring the dynamic duo of Jumping Seconds and Foudroyante "Flashing Seconds" complications. The central seconds hand jumps once a second, while every 1/8 of a second the hand in the subdial hits its respective mark. Probably the coolest complication you don't already own.
The Felix-Foudroyante can be ordered in either a 38.5mm case with a black, silver, or salmon dial. Alternatively it can be ordered with the date on the periphery in a 42mm case. Silver or salmon available in the 42mm size... sorry, no black dial option available.
Manual wind only.
Habring² Steel Perpetual-Doppel Watch
The culmination of 15 yrs in business, Maria & Richard decided to make a complicated piece for their anniversary, this they did in spades! The Perpetual Calendar split seconds chronograph is the result.
This watch features their first fully inhouse manual wind caliber, the Felix. The standard chrono functions are operated via a mono-pusher at 2 O'clock and the split seconds is the pusher at 10 O'clock. A Perpetual Calendar Moonphase module sits atop the Doppel-Felix for an amazing completed piece. Cased in steel 43mm with a brown, blue or black leather strap.
Three dial colors available, The Blue/Silver or Copper/silver and all silver, all with RG plated hands and numerals.
Habring² Erwin "Pilot"
The newest look for Erwin is the Erwin "Pilot" with a textured black military inspired dial with lumed cathedral-style hands. The movement is their fully in-house caliber with the addition of the Jumping Seconds complication designed & created in Austria. A thin manual wind caliber A11MS is housed in a 38.5mm satinized steel case.
The latest in the split seconds chronograph line from Maria & Richard. This is the next generation of the development started in 2012.
This watch features their first fully inhouse manual wind caliber. The standard chrono functions are operated via a mono-pusher at 2 O'clock and the split seconds is the pusher at 10 O'clock. Cased in steel 42mm with a brown leather copper color stitched strap.