The most bright triple-axis tourbillion in the world

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This clock was created inspired by the story of the Pharos lighthouse, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. However, the outlines of the clock rather repeat the shapes and proportions of the classical type of the lighthouses: a cylindrical oblong shape with a barely noticeable slight taper. The spirit of the discoverer and a firm belief in the limitlessness of human capabilities - that’s what the clock has in common with the legendary antique structure. This has meant having to revise the classical structure of the timepiece movement, develop it from the very beginning, weaving it into the concept of a clock, as an absolute reference point in time and space. For the first time in the world, the luminous inserts were used in the balance wheel in a three-axis tourbillon, which allows you to observe an incredible picture of an amazing flickering fire disk dancing in the dark.

The function of indicating world time in all the time zones and the largest cities in the world has been implemented more ambitiously than ever before. No matter where in the world this clock is, it makes this place the center of the world for its owner. A slowly moving power reserve indicator, like a sail of a ship passing by a lighthouse, reminds of the troubles of the floating world. Two second wheels also remind of it, in addition to their rotation also moving progressively around the center, showing the seconds indication on all the sides.


  • Hours
  • Minutes
  • Peripheral seconds
  • World time
  • Power reserve
  • Dimensions: 190 mm (height) x 86 mm x 86 mm
  • Total number of parts (movement + case): 472
  • Weight: approx 5 kg
Case / Dial
  • Materials: stainless steel
  • Finishing techniques: polishing, satin, sandblasting
  • Case Parts: 30
Limited edition
  • 24 pieces
  • triaxial tourbillon
  • 1st (inner) cage's cycle: 33,75 sec
  • 2 nd (middle) cage's cycle: 60 sec
  • 3 rd (outer) cage's cycle: 180 sec
  • Balance Frequency:2.5 Hz (18,000 pc / h)
  • Power reserve: 8 days
  • Movement Details: 442
  • Jewels: 27
  • Ball bearings: 11
  • Setting the time: a special key is used to set the time (it is inserted into a hole under the dial)
  • World time setting: rotation of the ring with the cities
  • Winding: The key for winding the clock movement is placed on the barrel wheel from behind
  • Hours
  • Minutes
  • Balance wheel
Flaming balance

The flaming balance technology patented by Anton Suhanov is used in the clock. This technology is the introduction of solid luminous inserts into the balance wheel from a special material, a significant part of which is luminous substance. When the balance oscillates at a certain frequency, the light track from the inserts merges into a light circle, thereby increasing the light area. Thus, an increase in the illumination area is achieved, but the complex spatial movements of the tourbillon carriage, in which the balance is concluded, allow you to create a variety of light patterns.

Titanium carriages

All carriages are completely made of titanium, which allowed to achieve amazing lightness and strength of the construction. Titanium not easy to work with, but it has good corrosion resistance and looks great after finishing.

Unique escapement

An escapement unit - the escapement wheel and the escapement fork - has been specially developed for this clock. The development and production of escapement is one of the fundamental tasks of horlogerie. This task requires not only good theoretical knowledge, but also high-precision manufacturing of parts and high-class skill of a watchmaker. It is this unit, together with the balance unit, that is responsible for the uniformity of energy consumption, which allows the timepiece to measure time. Only a watch company that has developed an in-house escapement has the right to consider itself a watch manufactory.


Maximum attention is paid to the finishing of parts. Each part is created by hand by a master and is carefully finished. The blanks are finished according to the classic Swiss finishing standards. At the same time, we do not limit ourselves to old methods, but constantly come up with new processing methods, new combinations that allow us to further emphasize the nature and non-triviality of the design and appearance of the piece as a whole. Relying on centuries-old watchmaking techniques, we are constantly trying to develop new ideas in the field of finishing. It is this approach that allows horlogerie to develop endlessly in its perfection, conquering new heights.

Stainless steel case

The Pharos lighthouse stood for a thousand years before being destroyed by an earthquake. Who knows, if there hadn't been an earthquake then, perhaps we could have watched it now, like the pyramids in Egypt. Paying tribute to this amazing reliability, we carefully chose the body material. The body is made of stainless steel, which allows you to be confident in the strength and durability of the structure


Anton Suhanov was inspired by the story of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World - the Pharos lighthouse - the only one that had a practical function. The lighthouse was built on a small island of Pharos in the Mediterranean Sea on the coast of Alexandria. The construction was named for the island. Work began in 285 BC and lasted a little over 20 years, and as a result, the Lighthouse of Alexandria became the first building of this type in the world and one of the tallest buildings in the ancient world (135-150 meters). Its light was visible at a distance of more than 50 km.It stood for a thousand years..