Hand Wound Mechanical
Transparent case back
Swiss Made movement
Sandwich dial with lume layer
Subtly inspired by industrial productions of the mid-20th century, The Sept Mai sports the fluid and slender lines typical of the Streamline Modern era.
Its Floating Case also draws on retro-futuristic aesthetics to offer an original design built in two distinct pieces—a visual allegory aimed at expressing the concept of freedom and the capture of time.
Our flagship model is in its Berlin version.
The Sept Mai Berlin Edition houses a Sellita SW215 hand-wound mechanical movement with a power reserve of approximately 42 hours for an almost daily relationship with your timepiece, eye to eye. Its curved dial, in Pantone © Black 6C tinted brushed steel, features electric blue indexes and typography. Blowing hot and cold, the Berlin edition is a nod to the German capital. From all points of view, an astonishing city is the cradle of rich artistic culture and endowed with a strong entrepreneurial spirit. The audacity shown by Berlin Edition interprets in its own way the dynamism displayed by its benchmark city, from the lively nightlife of its districts to the rigor of its modernist architecture, the recent achievements of which take place alongside the remains of the infamous Wall, today a working medium for artists all over the world.