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Terra Cielo Mare - Zero-sen

Terra Cielo Mare – Zero-sen

Terra Cielo Mare presented a few intriguing curiosities at Baselworld 2015. The Zero-sen model grabbed our eye for its unique case with switch framework instead of the crown, a very much planned dial and an astounding Swiss development.

Terra Cielo Mare (Earth Sky Sea in Italian) is a free brand which spends significant time in creating wristwatches that are imagined as recognitions for occasions, items or people who left their imprint ever. Its pieces combine Italian plan with the Swiss mechanics and quality control.

The Zero-sen model was propelled by the Mitsubishi A6M, likely the main airplane in Japanese war history. In Japan, it was informally alluded to as both Rei-sen and Zero-sen. Japanese pilots most commonly called it Zero-sen, where sen is the main syllable of sentoki, Japanese for “contender”. The moniker was received likewise by the Allies.

The 43 mm titanium case with dark PVD treatment is portrayed by the switch discharge framework, situated on the left, that replaces the crown. The switch is utilized to wind the development when shut or to change the time once opened. The case offers water protection from 5 airs.

The dark dial with the applied files, the enormous 12 hours outwardly and the more modest 24 hours within, offers amazing readability while reviewing the first instruments of the Zero-sen cockpit. 

The two-level back case is fixed with screws and advanced by the slip/slide pointer which functions as an inclinometer to help deciding the sidelong differential development when banking or turning in an airplane. The two Japanese ideograms demonstrates left and right.

The Zero-sen is fueled by the TCM3900 type, a programmed development beating at 28,800 vibrations each hour made for Terra Cielo Mare by Concepto Watch, a Swiss manufacturing plant situated in La Chaux-de-Fonds.

To complete this collectible piece, the plate on the caseband is taken from the first aluminum of a Mitsubishi A6M airplane deserted by the Japanese on the island of Taora in the south of the Pacific. The plate is red in light of the fact that taken from a piece of the airplane brightened with the Rising Sun’s banner.

Coordinated to a powerful cowhide lash hand tailored in Italy, the Terra Cielo Mare Zero-sen is a restricted version of 88 pieces, separately numbered on the dial, with a cost of Euro 5,390. terracielomare.it