Watchmaker Vianney Halter built on his award-winner 2013 timepiece the Deep Space Tourbillon with this impressive entry to his catalog. The watch is called the Deep Space Resonance, and Halter put a quarter century of design chops into it.
The Deep Space Resonance takes its name from a very innovative feature of its triple-axis tourbillon: it incorporates two acoustically synchronized balance wheels. Halter began the design journey in the mid-1990s, and turned first to watchmaker Abraham Breguet’s 1800s work along the same lines; the acquisition of a 17th-century clock from Langlois was also instrumental.
The resulting watch is a prototype, but Vianney Halter is taking orders for the timepiece. It is priced at just under $1 million.