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That covers the main "gee whiz" factor for this watch; let's turn our attention now to what actually makes it a watch. As with most TokyoFlash watches, the digital readout isn't just a simple readout like you'd have on your drugstore special. Instead, this one relies on negative space on the left-most display to read the time (or the date). This looks to me to be one of their easier displays to read; you may need to unfocus your eyes a bit if you have trouble picking out the digits.
The Time Pyramid is an exclusive movement produced in-house by Arnold & Son for the watch called the caliber A&S1615. The movement offers an off-center time display, subsidiary seconds display, as well as a unique system for managing torque in the movement. The caliber A&s1615 includes two mainspring barrels. The idea is that one barrel will provide torque to the other barrel during the time when spring power is running out and torque goes down.
While watches don't seem to generally be affected by seasonal trends, I do, for whatever reason, associate summertime with military-style watches. I guess it's just the color schemes you often see, as well as a sort of rugged utilitarianism that lends itself to traipsing about in the outdoors.
With an entry level price to produce a racing yacht of over 100 millions dollars, it is a feat for the ultra-wealthy. Countries and corporations work together to produce the team and boat for the nations that participate. Omega is among the supporting companies that helps the extremely tall catamarans race each other as they glide over the water trying to beat each other out. The new boat can apparently reach speeds of 50 knots. New Zealand is a long standing underdog who has some well-deserved victories under their belt. This year they also get a new Omega watch. Limited to 2,013 watches, the new timepiece is also a fantastic mid-ranged Omega chronograph.