Memorigin Jackson Series Jelephant


  • $6,798.00

Jackson Series Jelephant

The first collaboration between JHH Entertainment Ltd. and Memorigin. After extensive R&D spanning the globe, Memorigin is proud to present the Jelephant tourbillon watch designed by Jermaine Jackson. “Jelephant” is strong and durable, never forgets. It is timeless with amazing memories. This is the “Jelephant - Time that never forgets!” An icon under JHH Entertainment Ltd. The “Jelephant” logo engraved on the dial is a symbol of wisdom, power and long lasting, and these are the same elements of watchmaking. Its unique design is a testament to the painstaking attention to detail and dedicated craftsmanship of Jermaine and design team. Through this trusted team, the tourbillon’s polishing, assembly and quality control is overseen by master watchmakers and their teams to ensure the “perfection of art”.

Movement No: MO 1211
Watch diameter: 43 mm
Watch thickness: 13 mm
At least 155 pieces of subassembly module and 18 jewels
Frequency: 28,800 Oscillation/Hour
The balance wheel and the escapement system encircle the center of balance wheel
The tourbillon located at 6 o’clock rotate at a speed of 60s for one circle
40 hours power reserve
Flying tourbillon
Jelephant embossment on the dial
2 Rubies on Jelephant’s eyes
12 diamonds as index
Black PVD coated classic type of stainless steel case
Red hands
Alligator strap
Both sides sapphire crystal

Ref. 4894379052380


Flying Tourbillon

Rather than being supported by a bridge, or cock, at both the top and bottom, the flying tourbillon is cantilevered, being only supported from one side. The first flying tourbillon was designed by Alfred Helwig, instructor at the German School of Watchmaking, in 1920. MEMORIGIN has the highest quality to price ratio with the only brand which only produces its in-house design of flying tourbillons.

Important Facts

Each flying tourbillon movement takes on average:
6 months of production;
30 certified technicians;
4500 steps of manufacturing process;
50 steps of index dial surface milling; and
77 steps of bridge board polishing procedures to complete
5 to 100 operations per component
18 different metals in the classic version

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