Here’s some photos that show the assembled prototype.
The most valuable form of Valjoux 7734 you can buy in the world today
Here’s first ever photograph of our R1969 case featuring the Pinion crown
The watch crown is used to manually adjust the time and date in mechanical timepieces and ever since the inception of Pinion in early 2013, we have strived to produce the finest crown possible that could be used across our entire collection.
Pictured are our vintage (new old stock) Valjoux 7734 bridges that we’ve engraved
A handwound chronograph invites and requires a high degree of human interaction.
For the Pinion Revival 1969, we’ve used a Glucydur balance wheel which is made from beryllium bronze.
Revival 1969 Press Release from September 2014
Here’s a peak at a CAD visualisation of our Pinion Revival case, complete with our new crown.
Over in Switzerland, we’re engraving bridges of the Pinion Revival 1969.