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Presenting The S1 Timepiece

Apr 20, 2018

Garrick S1 skeleton watch made in England by Garrick

Garrick is pleased to unveil its most ambitious timepiece to date, the new S1. This fascinating timepiece is suffused with a plethora of no-compromise details, fulfilling the desires of the most discerning purists. The S1 is equipped with the UT-G02 calibre which features a Trinity free-sprung balance, olive jewels and gold chatons.

The new Garrick S1 is the latest timepiece to leave the confines of the brand’s British workshop. The watch is handcrafted in-house by Master Watchmaker, Craig Baird. Each component stands testament to Baird’s unwavering pursuit of excellence.

The dial freely discloses a plethora of gears. Each gear is cut, finished and assembled by hand. Prospective purchasers are able to choose from a selection of different hand styles which are again, cut and finished by hand in the Garrick workshops. Both the hands and screws are thermally blued, consistent with fine watchmaking practice. A small seconds display and power reserve indicator occupy the upper portion of the dial.

English skeleton watch by garrick

Housed within the 42mm case, the UT-G02 calibre incorporates various enhancements for the delectation of purists. Gold chatons abound, nestling adjacent brushed, hand-frosted and grained surfaces. The Trinity free-sprung balance mitigates positional errors and olive jewels reduce friction. Uniquely, the balance is made of Sircumet, a material which is endowed with anti-magnetic properties.

Garrick S1 English watch

It takes four months to make one S1 by hand, conferring a high degree of exclusivity. The Garrick S1 sets aside mass production, showcasing British craftsmanship at its finest.

The S1 is limited to only 10 pieces and priced at £23,329 ex VAT
 

SPECIFICATION:

CASE

  • 316L Stainless Steel polished and finished by hand
  • 42mm Diameter
  • 10mm Depth
  • Sapphire crystal with AR coating
  • 20mm Lugs
  • Exhibition case back
  • Water Resistant to 100m

DIAL

  • Gold plated base with screwed chatons
  • Gold and rhodium plated hand-cut gears
  • Brushed steel handcrafted chapter rings
  • Sub seconds
  • Power reserve indication

MOVEMENT

  • Exclusive Garrick calibre UT-G02 manual wound mechanical movement with olive jewels
  • In-house free sprung balance – tested and regulated to ensure a daily variance of +3 seconds
  • 19 Jewels
  • Gold or Silver frosted finish

FUNCTIONS

  • Seconds displayed on sub-dial at 10 o’clock
  • Power reserve indication at 2 o’clock
  • Power Reserve: 45 hours

HANDS

  • Handmade steel, grained, polished or heat blued hours & minutes
  • Heat blued or polished sub seconds

BUCKLE

  • 316L Stainless Steel pin buckle

STRAP

  • Alligator or premium leather

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