Last year, movement designer Krayon introduced it’s first watch, the Everywhere, to substantial acclaim. The timepiece lived up to its name by providing a very unique feature: the display of sunrise and sunset times globally with a USS, or Universal Sunrise Sunset caliber. The watch’s brilliant mechanical design has created a stir in the industry.
Now comes the Everywhere Horizon, the Swiss company’s sophomore effort. It’s one of the shortlisted winners of the 2018 Grand Prix D’Horlogerie De Geneve, an update to the Everywhere watch which is customizable and quite lovely.
Designer Remi Maillat created the strikingly detailed 42 mm case; its constructed of white gold and embellished with 94 baguette diamonds. The 22-karat gold rotor is visible via the display caseback. It boasts a whopping 80-hour power reserve.
The complex timepiece can calculate the exact time of sunrise/sunset anywhere around the globe; its 595 components enable the wearer to actually program the watch to display the information for any desired location. In the past, similar watches were pre-programmed in the shop—for a single, set location—before being sent to wearers. In contrast, Everywhere watch owners can customize their location with the simple adjustment of a pusher.
The Krayon Everywhere Horizon is currently available for about $775K.