For the outsider, what watch lovers occasionally identify as innovation and are willing to talk about, photograph, and gush over at duration may look to border on the absurd. Some complications, however, in particular the tourbillons, can make most look twice. Independent of their functioning, they often times seem to be as works of micromechanical art, wonderful fit and healthy and proportion, and rhythmic as a waltz or polka in their movement. One of the most spectacular of the past years may be in Swiss Replica Concord's C1 Gravity, whose movement was created in conjunction with the horological virtuosi at BNB, now regrettably sealed. The tourbillon is vertically situated alongside the case and the energy transferred across two axes on a trapeze composed of firmly strung metal wiring.
Together with the bridges, the whole mechanism seems as if a miniaturized spaceship. Concord Replica Watches has come a long way since its starting in Biel, Switzerland, in 1908. They began by making high-end wristwatches for the American market, then developed ultraflat calibers that fit in gold coins. In 1970, Gedalio Grinberg bought the company and integrated it into his Western Watch Corporation (now MGI Luxury Group, including Movado and Ebel). It gained fame with hyper-thin quartz watches, the Delirium series, lower than 1 mm in height. It then moved into sportive mechanical movements. In the past year or two Concord has reinvented once more being a watch manufacturer for any authentic technophile.