Cabestan Watch: Weird, Expensive and Impractical But Probably Very Desirable.

This is a weird (and expensive) watch called the Cabestan from Vianney Halter and Jean-François Ruchonnet:

Cabestan doesn't have a dial too, nor hands. Everything is shown with wheels and barrels. The functions of this watch are a tourbillon, power reserve. It is powered by a mechanical movement and has a manual winding. The watch is equipped with a special winch for adjusting the time.

For the pleasure of winding your watch with a winch, you get to pay $220,000 or so! http://www.watchreport.net/index.php?page=post&id=63


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