The Boutique Swiss timepiece maker F.P JOURNE is offering its CENTIGRAPH OCTA Sport and sport a makeover 2018, announcing new ranges for this year that sport a yellow jacket like Yellow –Black shade scheme with amazing red highlights.
Both of the timepieces are recent editions to the company’s LINE sports range, which has earlier featured timepieces with more muted colors.
Both of the watches are housed in 44 mm lightweight, solid aircraft grade titanium cases in Anthracite touch and both weigh 75g apiece. Both also share a bezel constructed from solid titanium and ceramic touch and mark with minute indices. And with dials area that bright, it is not amazing to learn that while the figures, indices, and hand are luminescent.
This CENTIGRAPH sport is backed by F.P JOURNE 1506, a chronograph motion that is notable for being capable to record times with perfection of up to a 100th of a second. In fact, since hand on the one 2nd subdial at ten o’clock stops any place it’s along its way, you can even record features of 100th of a second.
The completion of the chronograph detail is displayed on a twenty seconds display at two o’clock and a ten-minute indicator at six o’clock. The manually wound timepiece has a maximum energy reserve of eighty hours when the chronograph is not applied and up to one day with the chronograph running.
Adding to the purchasing incentive, 30% of each of the CENTIGRAPH Sports (from almost $68,000 USD) sold will go to advantage the brain and spine institute in France, Paris.
The other one (CENTIGRAPH OCTA Sport) is not a chronograph but features a day-night indicator, a power reserve indicator, and a huge date window. It also carries a mechanical movement with a solid titanium rotor decorated with cutout parts and engraved with makers name, Motto, and the Line sports Logo, even when not worn this – priced from almost $44,100 will feature for a massive 160 hours without being wound.