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Byrne Gyro Dial 311 (click to enlarge!)
Byrne Gyro Dial 311
© Byrne

Byrne Gyro Dial 311 Roman (click to enlarge!)
Byrne Gyro Dial 311 Roman
© Byrne

In 2015 John Byrne had the inspiration to develop a watch with a changing dial.

2022, after three years of research and development in Fleurier, Switzerland, a patented animation complication was presented.

The first watch model by Byrne is called Gyro Dial 311. It is equipped with the automatic Calibre 5555. Every 24 hours at midnight, or on demand, the Gyro Dial complication-dial animation switches indices for a completely new look. Each dial features indices in four different styles: Roman numerals, Arabic numerals, baton indices and Arabic numerals with an arrow marker.

The watch cases are manufactured in La Chaux-de-Fonds and the movement is produced in Fleurier.

byrne.txt · Last modified: 06.12.2022 17:23 by gerdlothar

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