Precise time is essential for astronomical observation and research. Therefore, from the time when humans just invented the mechanical timing tool, to this day, ten of the most accurate clocks in a city are located in its observatory. In the 17th and 18th centuries, when clocks were not fully popularized, the accurate clock in the observatory became an indicator of the time calibration of all other clocks in the city, which was called ‘standard timepiece’. Different from the design that the hour hand, minute hand and second hand on the common dial are located on the same axis, the unique layout of the standard timepiece separates the three time displays from each other and runs independently of each other without interfering with each other, avoiding the overlapping of the hands. Misreading issues has greatly improved the stability and accuracy of the timepiece. Since then, the application of standard timepieces has been extended to different professional fields: watchmaking workshops use it to calibrate timepieces produced by watchmakers; navigators use the accurate time display of standard timepieces to assist in calculating the position for navigation purposes ; The standard large-sized minute hand of the standard timepiece also greatly facilitates the medical staff who need to calculate the amount of drips and the time of medication in minutes.
With the evolution of history, the standard timepiece is almost forgotten by the world, but with the rise and popularity of the watch, the standard timepiece is once again reborn as a standard analog watch. In addition to the distinctive dial settings, the standard hands watch also symbolizes a long-standing professional, precise timekeeping tool, and an important page that has inherited the centuries-old watchmaking tradition, retaining the watchmaking culture of the year. Delicate. The Zetios Regulator standard pointer watch produced by Swiss Bill’s fine watchmaking brand Milus ‘Meristics’ integrates the standard pointer design into the brand’s classic Zetios series design, highlighting the extraordinary texture and unforgettable at first sight.
The dial under the arched sapphire crystal of the watch is decorated with the delicate ‘Grain de Riz’ texture, and the three blue hands are each connected to the axis, forming the ‘three needles and one line’ design in the mouth of the watch. Among them, the minute hand is placed in the center, along the 60-minute scale on the periphery of the dial; the 12-hour dial is at 12 o’clock, and the small second dial is at 6 o’clock; both small dials are decorated with elegant ring textures. Three times show their respective duties, making reading very clear. Coupled with the calendar display at 3 o’clock, it provides the wearer with the most appropriate amount of information, no more and no less, just showing the essence of the standard analog watch.
The 18K red gold or stainless steel case with a diameter of 42mm is equipped with a characteristic round flat bezel, and the appearance is round and harmonious, guiding the eyes to the precise time display on the watch. Various precision functions are driven by a Swiss-made automatic movement with a 42-hour power reserve, which can be watched carefully through the sapphire crystal caseback. The crown of the watch is engraved with the Hermes emblem of the Greek mythology ‘God of Fortune’ by Milus, and is placed in the streamlined crown protection area, which is one with the watch.
The Milus “Zetios Regulator” standard pointer watch takes one of the most classic traditional features in the history of watchmaking, and combines precious materials, timeless design and top Swiss watchmaking technology to create a masterpiece.