Regulators have been used for generations as reference clocks for setting other clocks or watches. Typically the minute hand has enjoyed greatest prominence on the dial, with the hour hand often presented off-centre.
Garrick has taken the notion of a regulator and created its very own, individual interpretation of the genre. Unlike ‘typical’ regulators, the Garrick Regulator, features three indications: hours, minutes and seconds, each delivered off-centre, on its own unique subdial.
The 42mm stainless steel case is available in a choice of frosted, polished, black DLC or grained finishes and the movement incorporates the Garrick in-house free-sprung balance.
The watchmakers at Garrick have also added a new gear train to our existing Shaftesbury movement.
The price of this very exclusive timepiece is £5829 ex vat (outside the EU) and £6995 inc vat (inside the EU)
In the media:
Movement: Calibre SM001, manual winding, hacking seconds, free-sprung balance.
Functions: Displays hour, minute, small second on 3 sub-dials.
Case: Stainless steel 316l, 11mm high, 42mm Diameter, frosted, polished or grained finish.
Dial: Frosted and galvanised brass base, galvanised and laser etched sub-dials.
Hands: Handcrafted – steel, frosted, polished or thermally blued hours and minutes with red steel seconds hand.
Strap and buckle: Alligator, calfskin or cordovan with pin buckle.