MCT - MCT  SEQUENTIAL ONE – S110
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MCT - MCT  SEQUENTIAL ONE – S110

MCT SEQUENTIAL ONE – S110

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MT SEQUENTIAL ONE – S110

DESIGN
There is no mistaking the three-dimensionality of Sequential One, through the dial’s several layers and the sheer volume of the case. At first glance, the hour markers on the prism paired with the minutes central disk offer instant and intuitive reading through the unique display. The complexity of the dial’s architecture reveals the beating heart of the movement, highlighting the Côtes de Genève hand finish of the cross bridge.
The designer took inspiration from the elegant designs of classic 1940’s British automobiles. This approach represents one of the key values of the brand: a permanent and authentic quest for elegance, combined with an audacious taste for adventure.
MOVEMENT
The technically complex sequential time display was fundamental in developing our own mechanical movement to drive the timepiece. The power required to drive the movement, spin the sapphire minutes disk and turn the prisms presented a considerable horological challenge. To meet the challenge, MCT has produced a complex, highly reliable hand-wound movement of 471 components.
The dial has a unique and technical aesthetic: while four modules display the hours by means of five triangular prisms, which pivot to reveal the time, a central minute disc turns successively 90° counterclockwise each hour to display the time. The Sequential One features the enchanting and extraordinary Breguet terminal curve which controls the rhythm of the movement. When fully wound, the Sequential One has a power reserve of 40 hours. Never before had the dialogue between hours and minutes been so playful and clear. Sequential One – S100 is the point where traditional know-how meets freedom of creation.
CASE
The elegant soft lines of the 45 mm watch case are crafted from 18 carat white or pink gold. Each limited to 99 pieces. The watch display is viewed, front and back, through sapphire crystal glass which is treated with an anti-reflective coating. A sapphire insert placed between the components of the case brings light into the movement, revealing the fine details of the micromechanical finish. The lug collars which anchor the strap are a unique feature of the Sequential One. These collars were carefully designed to allow the timepiece to rest easily on the wrist and to add a touch of refinement and singularity.
 

 

Technical specifications

 SEQUENTIAL ONE – S110 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 

REFERENCE SQ 45 S110 AB 02 

FUNCTION Sequential indication of the hour on prisms 

Minutes on a jumping rotating sector 

Seconds on the back 

MOVEMENT MCT-S1.0 mechanical manual hand-winding movement, developed and assembled 

by MCT 

37.40 x 37.40mm, H 10.75mm 

471 pieces 

Stripped finish on bridges 

Traditional Breguet terminal curve 

Patented system for rotation of the Minutes dial and for accumulation of energy 

Frequency 18,000 A/h (2.5Hz) 

Indication of the Minutes on 270° sector 

Power reserve of 40 hours 

81 Rubies 

CASE 45.00 x 45.00mm, H 15.50mm in centre and, 7.10mm on the edges 

Crafted from Titanium Grade 5 and sapphire, composed of 41 parts 

DLC coating (Diamond Like Carbon) 

GLASS Front crystal made of sapphire with double anti-reflective coating 

Rear crystal made of sapphire with anti-reflective coating on the inside side 

Middle crystal made of sapphire 

DIAL Minutes: Rotating Minutes made of three parts, black and white minute hand 

Hours: Made of 4 modules composed of 5 triangular prisms each with red figures on each 

STRAP Calf, double hand stitched with anti-allergic inner leather 

Double deployment clasp Titanium Grade 5, composed of 18 parts 

Standard strap dimension 130mm x 60mm 

WATER RESISTANCE 30 metres 

GENERAL WARRANTY 3 years

Who's who

Manufacture Contemporaine du Temps is a company founded in 2007 by Denis Giguet and owned by Cage Holding since 2012. The watch companies in the group employ around 40 people in Switzerland between their workshops on the shores of Lake Neuchâtel and their Geneva offices.
 
MCT creates its timepieces in close collaboration with its sister companies, the watch research and watchmaking research and development company DIGITALE S.A. in Neuchâtel and the MCH S.A. mechanical movement assembly workshop in La Chaux-de-Fonds.
 
Building on their movements entirely developed and produced in-house, MCT creations combine daring design with an avant-garde technical approach, reflecting a contemporary vision of time display and measurement.
 
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