MCT presents new Sequential two S200 timepiece, for the first time in a round-shaped case composed of 43 components.
The prism display was first unveiled in the Sequential One, every iteration of which has featured a square case. The Sequential Two takes the same movement and display concept, but brings a more traditional circular case to the mix. This case is large at 44.6 mm across and 14.5 mm thick. There are both red-gold with dark dial elements and white-gold versions with light dial elements, and each features a sapphire ring around the caseband to let light in.
The S200’s automatic-winding movement with 18K gold micro-rotor was developed in-house by MCT. The lower mass of the micro-rotor requires less force than a traditional full-size rotor. The stunning hand-finished black movement bridges visible through the display back offer a high contrast backdrop to the red gold of rotor.
The hour modules enable highly legible over-sized numerals. Each of the four hour modules comprises of five triangular prisms, which rotate to display one of three numbers. The current hour is indicated by the open mouth of the ‘C-shape’ arc around the center of the dial, which also masks the non-current hours. The current hour displays sequentially in an anticlockwise direction.