Unique Grand Seiko Kodo Constant Force Tourbillon SLGT001
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On unusual occasions, Grand Seiko generates unique versions of their watches. But it did so which has a unique edition of the Kodo Constant-Force Tourbillon - any one-off reference to SLGT001 ~ which will go under the sort at Phillips’ New York public auction on December 11, along with a portion of the proceeds gonna children’s charities.
Anyone who has read our before two-part in-depth story for the Kodo (the first within the watch, the second on it has the technical features) will understand impressive technical feat involving its movement. The SLGT001 has all of these, but in an original design made for auctions.
Engraved " Special Piece No . 1/1" around the back, the SLGT001 is usually instantly recognizable as one of your kind.
Even though the standard version of this design features a monochrome palette, the particular SLGT001 is distinguished simply by its colour: thermo-blue and also gold-plated parts contrast together with rhodium-plated bridges. Most of the anchoring screws are blued steel, even though the three-armed tourbillon cage is definitely blued titanium.
The case material of SLGT001 is also outstanding. Unlike the typical model, which has a case manufactured from titanium and platinum, this specific watch is made entirely connected with bright-hard titanium, the brand's proprietary alloy that has a lighter, silverier hue than many titanium alloys.
A portion of the proceeds from someone buy of SLGT001 will go for the Children's Heart Foundation. As well as the public good, the succeeding bidder will also get the possiblity to meet the team behind SLGT001 at the Grand Seiko Course in Shizukuishi, a small community in northern Japan.