Jumping Second

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It all began in 2005 when Habring² started to set a new standard for seconds indication: accurately jumping! In 2007 Habring² was the first watch manufacturer to launch a movement of most modern standard and actual production with dead beat seconds. Starting mid-2015 the the A11 - Habring's complete inhouse movement - has replaced the preceding movements that were based on large-series components in all of the older models.

Habring² A11 movement:

  • Manually (A11MS) or automaticly (A11S) wound (on demand)
  • Indication of hours and minutes and dead beat seconds
  • (on request) classical big date at 3h (A11SD)
  • Diameter: 30 mm; height: 6,9 mm (7,9mm)
  • 28,800 half oscillations per hour (4Hz)
  • Hand-wound movement with 48 hours of power reserve
  • Fine adjustment via tangential screw
  • Amagnetic escapement with a Carl Haas balance spring in chronometer quality
  • KIF shockproof pursuant to DIN and NIHS
  • 21 rubies (A11MS) or 25 rubies (A11S)
  • Elaborately refined by hand with polished bevels, decorative grinding, perlage, etc.
  • 70 (A11MS) or 81 (A11S) maintenance relevant parts