The Time Shadow
The dial of the Andreas Strehler Time Shadow is finished in a grey galvanic treatment. The hours are indicated by a rotating disc. This disc turns around a small cylinder displaying the typical Andreas Strehler butterfly logo.
The hour is shown by the cut-out numeral which wanders over an orange luminous dot. This disc is, in fact, a large gear wheel, linked to the visible gear wheel of the minute hand. The minute hand thus directly drives the hour disc. The two gear wheels form the number eight which is also the mathematical sign for infinity.
For the first time, Andreas Strehler has used stainless steel for a case to match the more technical aspect of the dial.
The movement, as usual specifically designed for the watch, is finished in grainage, the edges of the bridge are hand-bevelled and are polished by hand. The ¾ bridge is designed to emphasise two specific features of Andreas Strehler watches: The escapement designed by Andreas Strehler and the true conical gear wheels of the winding mechanism.
The Time Shadow is limited to only 8 pieces.
|Movement||Hand winding, 132 parts, frequency 3 Hz / 21’600 A/h, 32.0 x 30.0 mm, height 5.9 mm, 20 jewels, double main spring barrel, edges bevelled and polished by hand, decorated movement with ¾ bridge|
|Dial||Matt grey coated with orange Superluminova dot|
|Case||Stainless steel, 41.00 x 37.30 mm (43.40 x 47.20 mm including the crown and lugs)|
|Strap||Hand-sewn alligator leather strap|
|Buckle||Made from stainless steel, matching the case|