For centuries the Vallee de Joux, widely recognised as the birthplace of Swiss horology, has produced some of the world’s most acclaimed independent watchmakers. Located in the Jura Mountains just 30 miles north of Geneva, its harsh winters and stunning natural landscape provide a tranquil setting for craftsmen practising a rare art form. Countless hours are spent assembling complications behind the wooden desks of an 18th-century farmhouse dubbed “La Grand Piece,” the home and atelier of master watchmaker David Candaux.
As a third-generation master watchmaker, David Candaux spent his early years fully immersed in a culture founded upon traditional craftsmanship. After decades of honing his skills through a brilliant career with several renowned watch brands, David is prepared for his next chapter. Through the David Candaux Master-Piece Collection 1740, he brings forth knowledge passed on through generations, skills acquired over a spectacular career, and a valley watchmaker vision of a 21st century Haute Horlogerie.
Titanium Case | Glare-proofed Sapphire
Crystal and Caseback.
Handmade movement with 287 Components. Inclined manual-winding
tourbillon, bi-plan flying tourbillon in titanium, 3 degrees inclined cage. Balance wheel inclined 30 degrees in the cage.
Frequency: 21,600 rotations per hour (3Hz).
Gear wheel, wheels, and bridges inclined at
THE MAGIC CROWN
31 Components, double patented system.
In order to preserve the harmonious design, there is no visible crown.
The Magic Crown is protected from
shocks and gives extra wearing comfort.
55 “chronometric” Power Reserve
Chronometry certified, it guarantees
a power supply of 55 hours, indicated by a gauge at 12 o’clock, and which
the camshaft is being patented*
55 Hours, double barrel system.
NUMBER OF JEWELS
47 jewels with polished sink and gold chatons.
Attribute Sport – Not sensitive
Waterproof 30 Meters.