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Twin Turbo Furious Blue Titanium

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The Twin Turbo Furious takes the exceptionally cool and uniquely complex Twin Turbo concept and moves it to the next level by adding a Monopusher Chronograph and a Pit Board time difference calculator to the original's twin triple-axis tourbillon and decimal minute repeater. With hundreds of painstakingly hand-decorated and hand-assembled components, the Twin Turbo Furious is a true Grand Complication Masterpiece that offers a singular combination of ultra-high-end mechanisms, all exclusive to Jacob & Co.

The Twin Turbo and Twin Turbo Furious combine the exhilarating energy experienced in the world's fastest automobiles with the unparalleled refinement and mechanical complexity only present in the universe of haute horlogerie. Powering the Twin Turbo Furious' main time display and monopusher chronograph functionalities are its twin triple-axis tourbillons. Encased in their delicately finished and ultra-light-weight cages, spinning in a succession of lightning fast, yet calculated movements, the Twin Turbo Furious can depend on two regulating organs. Each of these flying triple-axis tourbillons are composed of a stunning total of 104 components, while weighing a featherweight 1.15 grams.

Part of the Twin Turbo's 832-component JCFM05 Manufacture Jacob & Co caliber is a decimal minute repeater - the most exotic and rarest of all chiming complications. Push the slide set into the left-hand side of the Twin Turbo Furious' highly engineered case to hear the crystal-clear sound of its cathedral gongs.

The Twin Turbo Furious is yet another groundbreaking Jacob & Co creation, one that is like no other to have ever existed in fine watchmaking before. Be the one to feel the energy of its two beating hearts and listen to its movingly beautiful chime. Experience haute horlogerie like never before.

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The Twin Triple-Axis Tourbillon is the most complicated, technically most challenging, and visually most encapsulating among all tourbillons. Whereas the tourbillon was originally invented to be a single-axis, rotating platform to carry the regulating organ of a mechanical pocket watch for improved timekeeping performance, the Twin Turbo brings this 220-year-old invention into the future of fine watchmaking.

Through cutting-edge engineering design, state-of-the-art manufacturing, and hand-assembly techniques, the Twin Turbo's two Triple Axis Sequential Flying High-Speed Tourbillons have become the very ultimate solution in tourbillon-enhanced chronometric performance. Each cage rotates at lightening fast speeds of 24 seconds, 8 seconds, and 72 seconds. The engineering refinement of this configuration is only superseded by its visual impact: seeing purely mechanical assemblies of such refinement in such high-speed, yet accurate motion is the holy grail of ultra-fine watch connoisseur experiences.

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Minute repeaters are the most prized complications by collectors and they are among the most difficult for watchmakers to conceive. Nevertheless, Jacob & Co. sought to push the boundaries of what is considered technically feasible when bringing the Twin Turbo Furious to life. Most minute repeaters conform to the hours, quarter hours and minutes standard, but the Twin Turbo Furious chimes on demand at ten-minute intervals after the hours and before the minutes. A decimal repeater is very rare in high watchmaking.

Twin Turbo Furious Blue Titanium Video

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Another way the Twin Turbo Furious stands out is its Monopusher Chronograph. The horizontal clutch system is operated by a column wheel linked to the chronograph's pusher that is integrated into the crown/crank system on the right side of the case. Unlike normal chronographs, which have two pushers, the Twin Turbo Furious's monopusher chronograph uses only one pusher, which starts, stops and resets the chronograph.


Bringing the hypercar-inspired Twin Turbo Furious even closer to the world of high-speed auto racing is its built-in mechanical Pit Board, an easy way to compare two elapsed times. Inspired by the old-time pit boards in auto racing, you use the crank (pulled out to the first position and unfolded) to move the colored, rotating disk and central digital display to set the reference time. Then, when you operate the monopusher chronograph normally, you can easily see the difference between the current time and the reference time you set. Seconds times greater than the reference time are in the red (+) portion of the pit board, while seconds times lower than the reference time are in the yellow and green (-) portion. Unlike today's pit boards, which are electronic, this is all done mechanically.

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The Twin Turbo Furious Blue Titanium is presented in a unique case of outstanding aesthetics, technical complexity, and wearing comfort that must be experienced to be believed. The case features a layered blue titanium outer shell and an inner, high-polished case, crafted from 18K Rose Gold. The case measures 57 by 52 millimeters and is 17 millimeters thick, including specially curved sapphire crystals on the front and back. It's comprised of 88 pieces.


For optimum legibility of the chronograph's indications, the Twin Turbo Furious introduced a smoked dark grey sapphire crystal dial that partially reveals the components underneath, while allowing for enhanced legibility. The periphery of the dial is crafted from a rare and exotic material called Neoralithe, with luminescent indices in Super-LumiNova. The hours and minutes are indicated by specially skeletonized and bi-colored main hands, driven by exquisitely finished gears, connecting them to the twin triple-axis tourbillons.

The hands for the Twin Turbo Furious Blue Titanium are made of rose gold with red tips and white Superluminova.

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Technical Specifications

Item Number: TT200.40.BC.AC.A

MOVEMENT: Manufacture Jacob&Co. Manual Winding JCFM05; Size: 34x46mm; Height: 13.7mm; Components: 832; Material: Titanium; System: Double Triple Axis High-Speed Tourbillon: 1st Axis Flying: in 24 seconds; 2nd Axis Flying: in 48 seconds; 3rd Axis Flying: in 180 seconds; Regulator between the Triple Axis High-Speed Tourbillon Carriers; Double Mechanical Safety Feature During a Chiming Sequence; Integrated Chronograph, Horizontal Column-Wheel, Mono Push Start- Stop-Reset; Power Reserve: 50 hours; Frequency: 21'600 vib/h (3Hz); Jewels: 75; Finishing: Hand Angled and Polished Plate and Bridges; Flank Draw, Circular Graining; Circular Barrel and Plate; Polished Screw; Conical Pinions; 4 Mechanical Ball Bearing Devices; 2 Screw Balances.

FUNCTIONS: 1. Hours, Minutes; Small Second Indicator at 9 O'clock; 2. Mono-Pusher Chronograph: Minute Counter at 3 o'clock, Centered Second Hand; 3. Reference Time Minute and Second displayed at 6 O'clock Aperture; Reference Time Differential, displayed by Chronograph Second Hand on Dial-Trained Pit Board; 4. Decimal Minute Repeater: Hours, 10 minute intervals and minutes; 2 Hammers at 12 O'clock; 5. Twin Triple-Axis High-Speed Tourbillons; 6. Power Reserve Indicator at 6 O'clock.

CASE: 57x52mm; Height: 17mm; Material: 18K Rose Gold and Blue Titanium; Crystal: Anti-Reflective Domed Sapphire Crystal; Case Back: Sapphire Crystal; Crown: 18K Rose Gold Crank-handle with Rubber Insert; Integrated Mono-Pusher Chronograph; Water resistance: 30m (3atm); External Parts: Complex shaped case, 88 components .

DIAL & HANDS: Dial: Smoked Sapphire with "Jacob&Co." Logo; Indexes with White Superluminova; Hands: Rose Gold, Red tips, White Superluminova.

STRAP & CLASP: Rubber: 18K Rose Gold Deployment Buckle.


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