Arnold & Son has produced some really incredible watches, like its recent Globetrotter, covered by Zach here, along with also my personal favorite, the Nebula, coated here. Arnold & Son cleverly blends high-end Swiss watch production using a design aesthetic that is unique. This year in Baselworld 2019, it introduced a new iteration of the Arnold & son seconds chronograph true beat replica watch Time Pyramid Watch, now with a new standard. The Time Pyramid Tourbillon is the next level of the Pyramid set, including two separate electricity reserves sandwiched together with the tourbillon involving the sapphire dial and display back. The skeletonized caliber is an homage to Arnold and Son’s labs, which feature seconds and hours on different axes. This motion is constructed vertically, with both mainspring barrels sitting at 6 o’clock and the tourbillon escapement at noon. The entire movement is visible from either side of this watch. The Arnold & Son Pyramid Watch is going to be accessible in either 18k 5N red ceramic or stainless steel.
Brand: Arnold & Son
Model: Pyramid Watch
Water Resistance: 30m
Case Material: 18k 5n red gold or stainless steel
Crystal/Lens: Cambered sapphire crystal with AR coating on either side
Movement: A&S8615 in-house tourbillon
Frequency: 21,600 vph
Power Reserve: 90 hours
Strap/Bracelet: Hand-stitched brownish or black alligator leather with stainless steel or 18k red gold pin buckle
Price & Availability: View in red gold is CHF 46,800; stainless steel is CHF 37,150
The Replica Watch Arnold & Son UTTE Skeleton Looks like a natural development in the Pyramid line. The first version lacked the tourbillon seen here, so it only seems natural that this is where we would wind up. It is fine that they’d provide it out of the gate in the stainless steel and the more expensive gold option. There is not much to critique here; the motion is decorated to some level that isn’t seen outside the haute horlogerie realms, so as you’d expect from a brand such as this, and the sapphire sandwich fashion construction will work nicely to showcase this.