THE 28th MercedesTrophy, which starts at Sutera Harbour Golf Club in Kota kinabalu, Sabah on March 15 will have the Epos 3435 Verso timepiece as a hole-in-one prize.
This is the latest creation from Epos and again combines traditional watchmaking with an unconventional and brilliant approach that is highlighted by an outstanding finished back of the watch and its skeletonised Unitas 6497 movement.
The Unitas 6497 movement was modified by Epos engineers to show the impressive back with its sophisticated mechanics on the front.
The movement evolved from a supporting to leading role and thus ascended to the centre of the design. Its central mechanical functions are now directly visible on the owners’ wrist.
The timepiece’s balance wheel is clearly revealed, due to the sophisticated skeleton handcrafted by EPOS watchmakers.
Indeed, it’s a high-class timepiece of hand-engraved bridges and blued screws.
The case with a supreme quality sapphire crystal, available in a stainless steel or rose PVD version and is water resistant up to 50m. It has a diameter of 43.5mm and a thickness 11mm.