Wednesday, 8 February 2012

Tririon TriRetrograde TIRI741 from Milus

In black and gold
In the new bicolour version of its flagship Tirion TriRetrograde Seconds model, Milus has allied black steel with red gold. A stylish mantle for a spectacular dial.The Tririon TriRetrograde Seconds was named after Orion, one of the most beautiful and luminous constellations in the heavens above. And this model does shine from the firmament thanks to its exclusive display of seconds on three separate arcs. The three hands travel twenty seconds successively, each "passing the torch" to the next one and returning with lightening speed to its point of departure. This magical and fascinating ballet is a perfect embodiment of the "Playful Spirit of Time" by Milus. It is highlighted by a delicately open-worked dial that allows one to admire a part of the movement.

For 2012, Milus has reinterpreted the features of this emblematic model and is now presenting it for the first time in a steel bicolour version. What distinguishes the case is the black DLC (diamond-like carbon) coating, which is both sophisticated and ultra-resistant. It forms a powerful and original combination with the 18-carat satin-finished red gold bezel and crown.

The same black-and-gold contrast appears on the openworked dial, with its large, dynamic indices enhanced by a quintessential watchmaking touch: blued screws. The black alligator bracelet is held by incurved lugs that elegantly hug the wrist.

With its inspired complication and exclusive and subtle design, the new Tririon TriRetrograde TIRI741 from Milus lets you play with time more than ever.


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