NotosThe deep black beauty of onyx makes this watch a precious setting for a complication movement such as those to which Martin Braun has accustomed us, particularly in the EOS series to which this timepiece belongs. Notos was indeed the son of Eos in Greek mythology. The elegant arrangement of the various dial displays ensures excellent readability of the functions: hour, minute, seconds, equation of time between 1 o’clock and 4 o’clock, date at 12 o’clock, month at 6 o’clock. Between 7 and 9 o’clock, Martin Braun has provided space for a complication he particularly cherishes: the indication of the declination, a function he describes as “showing which line of latitude the sun is currently found on at noon”. Available in stainless steel, 18-carat gold and 950 platinum versions. Water-resistant to 30 metres thanks to the screwed-down sapphire crystal exhibition case-back secured by eight screws.
Watch type: Complicated Mechanical
Watch year: 2006