Minase Horizon VM02-R03PD

3.800,00 

Excl. VAT (outer eu delivery):

3193,28€

Movement:

    • Swiss made self winding MINASE customized movement with hand polishing and perlage on plates and bridges
    • Caliber KT7001/1
    • Base: ETA2824-2
    • 25 jewels
    • 38h power reserve
    • 28.800 vibrations /h

case:

    • 316L stainless steel case
    • The hollow in the side of the case gives the HORIZON a tense and beautiful appearance
    • With Sallaz polishing. Learn more here.
    • 5 ATM / 50m water resistance
    • Dimensions: 38 x 51 mm without crown
    • Thickness: 12 mm

dial, hands & numbers:

    • MINASE HiZ concept with individual components assembled to form a 3-dimensional dial.
    • Together with the movement and the hands, this structure forms an independent unit inside the case
    • hour, minute and central seconds hands
    • Date display

Wristband:

    • Integrated rubber (EPDM) strap bracelet with stainless steel deployment clasp
    • Bracelet length: 190mm (130mm/60mm)
    • Lug distance: 25mm
    • Buckle width: 20mm

specials:

    • Have a name or a special date engraved on the flywheel for free! 
    • The lacquered dial can be customized in any color upon customer’s request at an upcharge of 300€ incl. 19% VAT.
    • Please send us your request to info@chronofactum.com
    • For contractual reasons, we will NOT sell Minase timepieces to the following countries: Japan, all of Asia incl. China, Middle East, USA, UK and Ireland.

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The Perfectionists.

To better understand the extraordinary products of MINASE, it is worth taking a look at its origins:
The brand logo, which can also be found on the crowns of the watches, is designed in the motif of a „step drill“ and reflects the origins of the traditional Japanese company – as a manufacturer of cutting tools and precision drills for metalworking.

Founded back in 1963 as Kyowa Co. Ltd, the company soon caught the attention of the watch industry. Kyowa’s precision drills became an important element of Japanese watchmaking, and so the company additionally began manufacturing cases for the watch industry.

Due to its expertise and creativity, Kyowa was entrusted with the production of increasingly complicated watch components, cases and bracelets. Polishing techniques became more and more important and an integral part of the manufacturing process.

After decades of producing the highest quality components for brands in the watch industry, the company decided in 2005 to launch its own watch brand, MINASE, to produce absolutely perfected timepieces that were thought out down to the smallest detail.
The brand name comes from the village Minase in the Akita Prefecture, where the company’s workshop is located. Minase is somewhat reminiscent of the Vallee de Joux, known as the birthplace of the Swiss watch industry. The snowy, remote location of Minase limits residents geographically, but it also increases their patience, which is essential for watchmakers and true craftsmen.

MINASE’s desire is to make watches that will still be appreciated by their wearers after 100 years.