Frank Muller launches “the most complex wrist watch ever made”
The Swiss based watch designer Frank Muller has developed the fourth installment in his range of “Complications” watches, named the Aeternitas Mega. The Aeternitas Mega, made up of an astonishing 1,483 components, boasts 36 luxury features and extras, not to mention a stunningly intricate watch-face. The Aeternitas Mega, labelled "the most complex wrist watch ever made" is a high point in the art of Haute Horlogerie.
Taking five years to build, The Aeternitas Mega is the product of unprecedented levels of research and expertise.
Functions include a monopusher split-second chronograph, complex sonnerie chiming functions, multiple timezones and a moon phase indicator.
The Mega incorporates a unique “Grande Sonnerie” Chime of Westminster striking mechanism, designed to sound every hour and quarter hour. In the “Petite Sonnerie” version the hourly strike is removed, leaving only the quarter hour strike.
The Aeternitas Mega also features a beautifully designed glass sapphire case, enabling the owner to admire the stunning combination of chiselled and decorated overlapping timepieces in all their dazzling beauty.
Born in 1958 and now based in Geneva, Frank Muller is recognised as one of the world’s finest luxury watch makers. Other ranges from Frank Muller include “Cintree Curvex”, “Conquistador”, “Long Island” and “Master Square”.
The Aeternitas Mega will be on exhibition at the World Presentation of Haute Horlogerie in Geneva from January 18th to 22nd.
"Functions include a monopusher split-second chronograph, complex sonnerie chiming functions, multiple timezones and a moon phase indicator."