1'000 Hours of Power Reserve for the Prometheus T3000 by Rebellion Timepieces

1'000 Hours of Power Reserve for the Prometheus T3000 by Rebellion Timepieces

Today we focus our attention on one of the craziest timepieces seen this year, the Prometheus T3000 by Rebellion Timepieces. The big news with this watch is mainly the new case design with an angular shape that allows you to enjoy the details of its unique mechanism. Rebellion is very active in the sports motoring scene -- and not as a sponsor, but as a proper racing team in various categories, including the ultra-competitive LMP1 series. The automotive dimension is now clearly visible on the Prometheus T3000, while the movement's architecture makes you immediately think of a racing car’s engine.

This watch contains a very original winding mechanism, which is a lever that is part of the case, needed to winding the6 spring barrels that enables it to reach an amazing 1,000 hours of power reserve! Once fueled up (with winding power), this watch will run for 41 days straight. You definitely don’t see that very often!

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