MCT will debut their latest timepiece, the Frequential One F-110, next week at Baselworld.

The timepiece is most similar to the company’s Sequential S100 and S110 collections, except the case is now smaller at 42 mm by 42 mm, and instead of rotating hour numerals, a more traditional set of hands indicate the hours and minutes. In addition, there is a linear power reserve indicator, distinguished by a red hand, at 12 o’clock.

Most importantly, the visual focus is now on the centrally located free sprung balance wheel, balance spring and escapement which are supported by a quad-bridge configuration, offering a full view of the oscillations, which happen 18,000 times per hour (or 2.5Hz).

The Frequential One F-110 is powered by caliber MCT-F1.0 which consists of 279 components, 33 jewels double mainspring barrels and hand chamfered bridges with “Côtes de Genève finishing. The main plate features circular graining on the movement side, and Côtes de Genève finishing on the dial side. Both the bridges and the manipulate feature a black rhodium treatment.

The case is in grade 5 titanium with a DLC treatment. Water-resistance is 30 meters and it is presented on a black alligator strap. Price is expected to be half of the Sequential S110, at approximately $45K.

For more, visit MCT.

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