Tourbillon 55

Tourbillon 55
Tourbillon 55
Tourbillon 55

Tourbillon 55

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More than fifteen years ago, a talented Russian inventor caught on with the idea of ​​creating watches in Russia. And the first development of the inventor was one of the most complicated clock devices – a tourbillon with a titanium carriage of its own design.

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Chaykin was inspired by the fact that no tourbillon has ever been assembled before in Russia and he decided to start with the most difficult thing. The clock ‘Tourbillon 55’ resembles this breakthrough in the Russian watch industry, in the restoration of which no one has ever believed. Under the 12 o’clock mark, the “whirlwind” of a one-minute tourbillon revolves with a second hand on the carriage, proving that Russian-made watches are able to compete with the Haute giants Horologie on the world stage. However, in these watches with luxurious inserts from the tree of valuable species, you will not find the mark of 11 hours, instead of it there are two fives – 55 minutes.

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What does the 55 digit on the dial mean to us from the numerology point of view and the flow of our everyday life? Five more minutes, and the next hour is gone? Or, perhaps, that in five minutes the chimes of the Spassky Tower will start a new year of our life?

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The solution lies in the boyish passion of the master. Konstantin Chaykin was not indifferent to various complex devices since childhood. Old radios were the most accessible, so the future inventor analyzed, studied and retuned them. Subsequently, he entered the St. Petersburg College of Telecommunications for a specialty radio engineer. Therefore, developing the image of a new desktop clock with a tourbillon, he remembered the technical hobby of his youth, encrypting in the clock a friendly greeting – to the world, friends, everyone who would understand and smile in response. 55 in the language of radio amateurs means a friendly handshake. And in the shape of the modern clock case, the dreams of a young radio amateur about the receivers of the future came true.

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Konstantin Chaykin proves with his own life, that you need to catch a moment, before it’s too late, because there are only 24 hours in a day. The Russian inventor devotes time, measured to him, to the creation of new mechanisms, the management of his company, numerous business trips and the continuing self-education. But there is also a family, and a hobby: rock climbing, motorcycles and painting. And Chaykin is always full of energy and new ideas, which he conveys to connoisseurs of complex movements in his unique and philosophical clocks.

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