The new Harry Winston Ocean Sport Chronograph Skeleton (ref. OCSACH44ZZ001) is presented in a case made of rare (at least, in the world of fine watchmaking) zalium alloy. The automatic chronograph not only looks great, but also offers a surprisingly good (at least, for a skeletonized timekeeper) level of legibility.
The American jeweler and luxury watchmaker has recently updated its high-jewelry collection with the new Harry Winston Avenue C Large (Ref. 335/UQWW.DB/BD/BD). Although the brand is capable of producing the most complicated mechanical watches (and the gorgeous Harry Winston Histoire de Tourbillon No. 2 Limited Edition that was presented in January at the SIHH 2011 industry fair is a living proof of that,) when it comes to jewelry timepieces, HW doesn’t shrink from equipping them with the simplest (but still bearing the proud “Swiss Made” inscription on them) quartz movements.
With its new limited-edition Ocean Zalium, Harry Winston has once again proven its reputation of the major player on the seriously overcrowded “ultra-luxury” market.