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Automatique Réserve Calibre 1300.3 FP Journe FP Journe

Silver guilloché dial covered with Ruthenium, matte 18K 6N Gold appliqué numerals, Silver seconds counter and matte 5N golden hands.
Case and bracelet in 18K 6N Gold with hammered finishing.
Finishing
Silver guilloché dial covered with Ruthenium, matte 18K 6N Gold appliqué numerals, Silver seconds counter and matte 5N golden hands.
Case and bracelet in 18K 6N Gold with hammered finishing.
Calibre 1300.3

Technical Specifications

Movement :

    Unidirectional automatic winding
    Movement in 18K rose Gold

Crown :

    3 positions:
    Winding of the watch in position 0, clock wise
    Correction of date in position 1, anti clock wise
    Correction of time in position 2
    Instant jump calendar
    Off centre winding rotor in Titanium with Tungsten segment barrel with slipping spring
    Escapement 15 tooth

Indications :

    Centred hours and minutes
    Small second at 6h00
    Day/Night indication at 9h00
    Power reserve at 10h30
    Very large date at 1h00

DIMENSIONS :
  • Overall diameter : 34.60 mm
  • Casing-up diameter : 30.40 mm
  • Overall height : 6.15 mm
  • Height if winding stem : 3.10 mm
  • Diameter of stem thread : S1.20 mm
Decoration :

    Circular Côtes de Genève on bridges
    Partly circular graining on baseplate
    Plished screw heads with chamfered slots
    Chamfered and circular grained wheels
    Steel components hand polished and chamfered

Balance :

    Four adjustable inertia weights
    Anachron free-sprung flat balance spring
    Mobile stud holder
    Free Sprung
    Nivatronic laser soldered balance spring
    Pinned GE stud

FREQUENCY :

    21'600 Alt/h, 3 Hz

Inertia :

    10.10 mg/cm2

ANGLE OF LIFT :

    52°

AMPLITUDE :

    12 h dial up : 280°
    90 h dial up : 220°

Autonomy :

    160 ± 10 hours

Winding Speed :

    On watch winder: 274 rotations / 24 hours


At the heart of the movement
Brevet - EP 1 760 544 A1
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Technical description

Watches with long power reserves have hitherto been handicapped by small balances which are susceptible to shocks and disturbances. The Octa's compact construction allows a large (10.1 mm) balance to be fitted, giving greater inertia and stability. The free-sprung chronometer balance is adjusted by five turning weights that vibrate at a steady 21'600 times an hour.

Fully wound, the Octa delivers chronometric precision for 120 hours. The meter-long mainspring supplies an average 850gr of torque, limiting the loss in balance amplitude to 25% over the five-day period. Beyond that time, the watch will continue to go for another day or two, but the amplitude-loss no longer guarantees precision timekeeping.
Silver guilloché dial in blue-mauve colour, matte 18K white Gold appliqué numerals, Silver seconds counter and matte rhodied hands.
Case and bracelet in Platinum with hammered finishing.
Calibre 1300.3

Technical Specifications

Movement :

    Unidirectional automatic winding
    Movement in 18K rose Gold

Crown :

    3 positions:
    Winding of the watch in position 0, clock wise
    Correction of date in position 1, anti clock wise
    Correction of time in position 2
    Instant jump calendar
    Off centre winding rotor in Titanium with Tungsten segment barrel with slipping spring
    Escapement 15 tooth

Indications :

    Centred hours and minutes
    Small second at 6h00
    Day/Night indication at 9h00
    Power reserve at 10h30
    Very large date at 1h00

DIMENSIONS :
  • Overall diameter : 34.60 mm
  • Casing-up diameter : 30.40 mm
  • Overall height : 6.15 mm
  • Height if winding stem : 3.10 mm
  • Diameter of stem thread : S1.20 mm
Decoration :

    Circular Côtes de Genève on bridges
    Partly circular graining on baseplate
    Plished screw heads with chamfered slots
    Chamfered and circular grained wheels
    Steel components hand polished and chamfered

Balance :

    Four adjustable inertia weights
    Anachron free-sprung flat balance spring
    Mobile stud holder
    Free Sprung
    Nivatronic laser soldered balance spring
    Pinned GE stud

FREQUENCY :

    21'600 Alt/h, 3 Hz

Inertia :

    10.10 mg/cm2

ANGLE OF LIFT :

    52°

AMPLITUDE :

    12 h dial up : 280°
    90 h dial up : 220°

Autonomy :

    160 ± 10 hours

Winding Speed :

    On watch winder: 274 rotations / 24 hours


At the heart of the movement
Brevet - EP 1 760 544 A1
fpjourne
Technical description

Watches with long power reserves have hitherto been handicapped by small balances which are susceptible to shocks and disturbances. The Octa's compact construction allows a large (10.1 mm) balance to be fitted, giving greater inertia and stability. The free-sprung chronometer balance is adjusted by five turning weights that vibrate at a steady 21'600 times an hour.

Fully wound, the Octa delivers chronometric precision for 120 hours. The meter-long mainspring supplies an average 850gr of torque, limiting the loss in balance amplitude to 25% over the five-day period. Beyond that time, the watch will continue to go for another day or two, but the amplitude-loss no longer guarantees precision timekeeping.
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About

F.P.JOURNE STRENGTHENS THE LINESPORT COLLECTION AND LAUNCHES THE NEW AUTOMATIQUE RÉSERVE IN PLATINUM AND 18K 6N GOLD VERSIONS WITH HAMMERED FINISHING, 44MM DIAMETER AND ASSORTED PRECIOUS METAL BRACELET, EMPHASIZING ITS CONTEMPORARY SPORTIVE ASPECT. THIS MODEL IS EQUIPPED WITH BEZEL INLAID WITH CERAMIC AND A MOVEMENT IN 18K ROSE GOLD. AN EXCLUSIVE WATCH OF AN ASTOUNDING SPORTINESS.

THE OCTA AUTOMATIQUE RÉSERVE FEATURES A DAY AND NIGHT INDICATION AND A DATE NOW EVEN LARGER (4.7 X 2.6MM) FOR OPTIMAL READABILITY. THE AUTOMATIC WINDING MECHANICAL MOVEMENT WITH A 22K 6N GOLD ROTOR USES ANY SLIGHTEST MOVEMENT OF THE WRIST TO INCREASE THE WINDING OF THE WATCH PROVIDING 160 HOURS OF POWER RESERVE.

Technical Specifications

Movement :

    Unidirectional automatic winding
    Movement in 18K rose Gold

Crown :

    3 positions:
    Winding of the watch in position 0, clock wise
    Correction of date in position 1, anti clock wise
    Correction of time in position 2
    Instant jump calendar
    Off centre winding rotor in Titanium with Tungsten segment barrel with slipping spring
    Escapement 15 tooth

Indications :

    Centred hours and minutes
    Small second at 6h00
    Day/Night indication at 9h00
    Power reserve at 10h30
    Very large date at 1h00

DIMENSIONS :
  • Overall diameter : 34.60 mm
  • Casing-up diameter : 30.40 mm
  • Overall height : 6.15 mm
  • Height if winding stem : 3.10 mm
  • Diameter of stem thread : S1.20 mm
Decoration :

    Circular Côtes de Genève on bridges
    Partly circular graining on baseplate
    Plished screw heads with chamfered slots
    Chamfered and circular grained wheels
    Steel components hand polished and chamfered

Balance :

    Four adjustable inertia weights
    Anachron free-sprung flat balance spring
    Mobile stud holder
    Free Sprung
    Nivatronic laser soldered balance spring
    Pinned GE stud

FREQUENCY :

    21'600 Alt/h, 3 Hz

Inertia :

    10.10 mg/cm2

ANGLE OF LIFT :

    52°

AMPLITUDE :

    12 h dial up : 280°
    90 h dial up : 220°

Autonomy :

    160 ± 10 hours

Winding Speed :

    On watch winder: 274 rotations / 24 hours


At the heart of the movement
Brevet - EP 1 760 544 A1
fpjourne
Technical description

Watches with long power reserves have hitherto been handicapped by small balances which are susceptible to shocks and disturbances. The Octa's compact construction allows a large (10.1 mm) balance to be fitted, giving greater inertia and stability. The free-sprung chronometer balance is adjusted by five turning weights that vibrate at a steady 21'600 times an hour.

Fully wound, the Octa delivers chronometric precision for 120 hours. The meter-long mainspring supplies an average 850gr of torque, limiting the loss in balance amplitude to 25% over the five-day period. Beyond that time, the watch will continue to go for another day or two, but the amplitude-loss no longer guarantees precision timekeeping.