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OCTA Collection

Octa Automatique Lune Havana Calibre 1300.3

Platinum Case
Havana Silver guilloche dial
Finishing
Platinum Case
Havana Silver guilloche dial
Calibre 1300.3
Technical Specifications
Indications :

    Centre hours and minutes
    Small seconds at 4:30
    Large date
    Power-reserve indicator at 9h00
    Moon phase

Dimensions :
  • Overall diameter : 30.80 mm
  • Casing-up diameter : 30.40 mm
  • Overall height : 5.70 mm
  • Height of winding stem : 3.00 mm
  • Diameter of stem thread : S0.90 mm
  • Case Diameter : 40.00 mm
  • Overall Thickness : 10.6 mm
Characteristics :

    In-line lever escapement, 15-tooth wheel
    Balance with 4 inertia weights
    Flat Anachron microflamed spring
    Mobile stud holder
    Free-sprung balance
    Virolage laser Nivatronic
    Pinned GE stud
    Three-position crown Slipping mainspring
    Off-centre winding rotor

WINDING SPEED :

    on rotator:
    274 clockwise revolutions/24 hours (without mainspring slipping)

Characteristics :

    Uni-directional automatic winding
    Date setting by turning crown in opposite ways (position 2)
    Time setting with crown in position 3
    Instantaneous date change

FREQUENCY :

    21'600 Alt/h, (3Hz)

Balance :

    Inertia: 10.10 mgcm2
    Angle of lift: 52°

Amplitude :

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

Autonomy :

    160 ± 10 hours

Number of jewels :

    36

Finish :

    High grade
    Circular stripes on the bridges
    Baseplate partly circular grained
    Gilt engravings
    Polished screw heads with chamfered slots
    Pegs with polished rounded ends
    Steelwork with polished chamfers

Number of parts :

    Movement 273
    Cased up with strap 310


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

(1) 22K Gold rotor with uni-directional winding
(2) Large capacity mainspring barrel
(3) Precision-adjustment weights
(4) Full-size free-sprung chronometer balance

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.
18K 6N Gold case
Havana Silver guilloche dial
Calibre 1300.3
Technical Specifications
Indications :

    Centre hours and minutes
    Small seconds at 4:30
    Large date
    Power-reserve indicator at 9h00
    Moon phase

Dimensions :
  • Overall diameter : 30.80 mm
  • Casing-up diameter : 30.40 mm
  • Overall height : 5.70 mm
  • Height of winding stem : 3.00 mm
  • Diameter of stem thread : S0.90 mm
  • Case Diameter : 40.00 mm
  • Overall Thickness : 10.6 mm
Characteristics :

    In-line lever escapement, 15-tooth wheel
    Balance with 4 inertia weights
    Flat Anachron microflamed spring
    Mobile stud holder
    Free-sprung balance
    Virolage laser Nivatronic
    Pinned GE stud
    Three-position crown Slipping mainspring
    Off-centre winding rotor

WINDING SPEED :

    on rotator:
    274 clockwise revolutions/24 hours (without mainspring slipping)

Characteristics :

    Uni-directional automatic winding
    Date setting by turning crown in opposite ways (position 2)
    Time setting with crown in position 3
    Instantaneous date change

FREQUENCY :

    21'600 Alt/h, (3Hz)

Balance :

    Inertia: 10.10 mgcm2
    Angle of lift: 52°

Amplitude :

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

Autonomy :

    160 ± 10 hours

Number of jewels :

    36

Finish :

    High grade
    Circular stripes on the bridges
    Baseplate partly circular grained
    Gilt engravings
    Polished screw heads with chamfered slots
    Pegs with polished rounded ends
    Steelwork with polished chamfers

Number of parts :

    Movement 273
    Cased up with strap 310


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

(1) 22K Gold rotor with uni-directional winding
(2) Large capacity mainspring barrel
(3) Precision-adjustment weights
(4) Full-size free-sprung chronometer balance

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
THIS MODEL WAS PRODUCED BETWEEN 2016 AND 2018.

F.P. JOURNE HAS CREATED A WARM-COLOURED DIAL THAT PERFECTLY MATCHES THE 40MM PLATINUM AND 6N GOLD CASES AS WELL AS THE CARAMEL ALLIGATOR STRAPS OF THE AUTOMATIQUE RÉSERVE AND THE AUTOMATIQUE LUNE.

The dial colour is unique to F.P. Journe, a result of the company’s well-tended independence, which ensures its creative freedom. It was developed by Journe’s own dialmakers, Les Cadraniers de Genève, in a process lasting several months. In essence, it is a combination of gold and ruthenium. But to get the colour just right required many adjustments to the formula.

The two models represent a watchmaking ideal blending comfort, innovation and reliability. The one-meter long mainspring and extremely fast automatic winding give these watches autonomy of more than five days and make them very comfortable to wear.

A specific wheel train allows precise moon phase indications for the Automatique Lune. Adjusting the indications is done via the crown, which makes it very easy to use.
Technical Specifications
Indications :

    Centre hours and minutes
    Small seconds at 4:30
    Large date
    Power-reserve indicator at 9h00
    Moon phase

Dimensions :
  • Overall diameter : 30.80 mm
  • Casing-up diameter : 30.40 mm
  • Overall height : 5.70 mm
  • Height of winding stem : 3.00 mm
  • Diameter of stem thread : S0.90 mm
  • Case Diameter : 40.00 mm
  • Overall Thickness : 10.6 mm
Characteristics :

    In-line lever escapement, 15-tooth wheel
    Balance with 4 inertia weights
    Flat Anachron microflamed spring
    Mobile stud holder
    Free-sprung balance
    Virolage laser Nivatronic
    Pinned GE stud
    Three-position crown Slipping mainspring
    Off-centre winding rotor

WINDING SPEED :

    on rotator:
    274 clockwise revolutions/24 hours (without mainspring slipping)

Characteristics :

    Uni-directional automatic winding
    Date setting by turning crown in opposite ways (position 2)
    Time setting with crown in position 3
    Instantaneous date change

FREQUENCY :

    21'600 Alt/h, (3Hz)

Balance :

    Inertia: 10.10 mgcm2
    Angle of lift: 52°

Amplitude :

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

Autonomy :

    160 ± 10 hours

Number of jewels :

    36

Finish :

    High grade
    Circular stripes on the bridges
    Baseplate partly circular grained
    Gilt engravings
    Polished screw heads with chamfered slots
    Pegs with polished rounded ends
    Steelwork with polished chamfers

Number of parts :

    Movement 273
    Cased up with strap 310


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

(1) 22K Gold rotor with uni-directional winding
(2) Large capacity mainspring barrel
(3) Precision-adjustment weights
(4) Full-size free-sprung chronometer balance

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.