What’s Spin Time? Will it determine whose top wins? Could it be from particle physics? Possibly in certain communities, although not here. Spin Time is definitely an innovate new collection from Lv featuring watches without any hour hands. Rather, each one of the 12 hour positions is occupied with a rotating cube. At a hour, eleven from the cubes show an empty face (really they display a subtle letter “V”) as the cube in the present hour position shows the present hour numerically. The cubes have amounts on 2 sides, to allow them to display, for instance, 1 or 13, 2 or 14, showing a.m. or p.m.
At 3 p.m. for instance, the hour cube situated in the 3 o’clock position displays the amount 15, as the other 11 cubes are blank. The minutes are displayed as always, using a minute hands. There’s additionally a standard GMT hands, set through the crown in the 8 o’clock position. Got that?
The Swiss-made movement uses an ETA base, however the rotating cubes specified for by LVMH’s in-house designer at its facility in La Chaux-p-Fonds. The movement can also be put together there. The timepiece also features Louis Vuitton’s Gain Levels crown stem lifting system which enables the crown to maneuver, growing comfort around the wrist. The machine, inspired through the transfer situation on the vehicle, includes a number of toothed wheels engaged by having an internal toothed wheel, controlling winding in addition to date and hour changes.
The 44mm men’s version in white gold or platinum (proven below) is $47,000. The 39.5mm women’s version in white gold or platinum with diamonds is $74,500.