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Jacob & Co

One or two watch brands have the ability to remain just in the edge of the radar for a while and definitely will suddenly illuminate your whole screen with components of bold creativity and mechanical splendor. Such can be the case with Jacob & Co., whose situation with the watch business has shifted greatly within the last 6 years owing to numerous attention-grabbing mechanical pieces. This New York-based firm's achievements can certainly be associated with inventor Jacob Arabo's friendship and collaboration with Claude Sanz, the outgoing person who owns Bunter SA, one of watchmaking's best-and best kept-secrets. Sanz and Arabo share a common love of lovely gems and haute horlogerie-a combination that turned Jacob & Co.'s signature Five Time Zone watch to a mechanical marvel before its introduction in 2007.

The best quality watch ever done would be the Quenttin, Sanz proudly claims of the special wrist watch that ultimately put Jacob & Co. on serious collectors radar. It is a mechanical marvel that appears as being a hybrid of Baumgartner, Halter, and something else, having a 31-day power reserve and visible spring barrels. It's power reserve feature to far left with the dial counts the days, not the amount of time, almost which makes a default date display. The row of copper colored disk-shaped metal components across the gauge-like digital displays is in actuality a set of seven spring barrels which give all this power. Jacob & Co. certainly has the ability to surprise, whether or not it's with the steampunkish Quenttin, the sober Grant line, or Tourbillon series that ranges from the near-gaudy Rainbow to the ephemeral Crystal. And surprise is really what keeps the aficionados returning for many more

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