Christiaan van der Klaauw Titan Perpetual

The CVDK Titan Perpetual watch is a tribute to the Dutch astronomer Mr. Christiaan Huygens who discovered the rings and the largest moon of Saturn named ‘Titan’ in 1655. This universal genius was also of great importance to the development of clocks and watches with his invention of the pendulum movement.

Christiaan van der Klaauw Titan Perpetual

It is equipped with a perpetual calendar module and a beautiful moon phase indicator made out of mother of pearl and aventurine glass. The perpetual calendar always shows you the correct number of days of the month, even a display of the leap year is integrated. Furthermore it carries a hand-made Christiaan van der Klaauw micro-rotor.

Christiaan van der Klaauw Titan Perpetual

Thanks to the special positioning of this micro-rotor a unique and clear view of the technical movement of the watch is provided. The sapphire crystal case-back also has a beautiful engraving of Mr. Christiaan Huygens.

Christiaan van der Klaauw Titan Perpetual

 

Technical details

Model: CVDK Titan Perpetual CKTT3324

Movement
CVDK8801, automatic winding
29 jewels, power-reserve 42 hour max
Engraved micro-rotor

Functions
Hours, minutes
Day, date and month
Leap year indicator
Moon phase

Case
High quality steel, ø 44 mm
Sapphire crystal glass
Sapphire crystal case-back
Case-back with engraving of the universal genius Mr. Christiaan Huygens

Dial
Silver with blue indexes
Moon phase made out of Mother of Pearl and Aventurine glass (goldfluss)

Strap
Black leather
Buckle: Logo engraved steel folding clasp