Pursuit of ultrathin
Since the 1950s, ultra-thin has always been the goal of the brand's unremitting pursuit, so the brand takes the initiative to challenge and create an unprecedented ultra-thin movement. This is the movement that appeared in Geneva in 1957. The 9p movement, which is only 2mm thick, is highly praised for its thin, elegant, performance and reliability. Sixty years later, in its altiplano ultra-thin series, this pursuit of ultra-thin still exists. The brand continues to create more and more slim movements. Each one is more attractive than the previous one, including manual and automatic chain up movements, equipped with timing function and complex function of flywheel.
In order to carry the innovative movement, the count specially selected two most precious materials to make the timepiece - gold and platinum. The Earl carries the altiplano case with these two precious materials, showing a meaningful and elegant temperament. The wide dial with balanced proportion highlights the delicate design of the case. The exquisite single and double time marks on the dial are arranged alternately, which is extremely simple. The slim button pointer completes the low-key atmosphere.
Earl's ultra-thin wristwatch is famous for its perfect ergonomic design, and the unique style of simplifying the complex makes the clock lovers fall in love at first sight. In the early 1960s, Alain Delon, a French actor and model of the times, became a loyal supporter of Altiplano watches. Today, altiplano watches continue to adorn the wrists of count's global brand ambassador, Ryan Reynolds.