Frank Muller Aeternitas Mega 4
One of the most beautiful watches I've ever seen is the Franck Muller Aeternitas Mega 4. Yes, that's one of my brutally honest and professional opinions, and it forces me to say that I just love the look, form, and feel of the Mega 4. Franck Muller Group. You might ask a lot of people their favorite timepiece, and the answer you'll get is the Frank Muller Aeternitas Mega 4. This may surprise many watch connoisseurs, but it is not the complexity that chooses it, the stunning craftsmanship or its technical details make it an astonishing creation in the world of watches.
Franck Muller creates his own watches under the Franck Muller brand name, the effort of men with extensive experience in watchmaking who share the same passion. Vartan Sirmakes met him, and they both began their journey to create legendary watches in the late 1980s. Sirmakes was a pioneer in making cases for multiple watchmaking brands in one workshop, and each year Muller earned the nickname of a watchmaking genius by presenting the world's top watches based on famous complications.high quality replica watches
The main goal of the Aeternitas Mega project was to create an extremely complex mechanism for the watch. And in the second phase, the Mega project involved the quest to acquire a quality and noble complication, elevating the complication into a true technical feat and making it the most complicated watch the world has ever seen. The masterpiece has a total of 36 complications, 25 of which are visible, including 1483 components that took nearly 5+ years to accomplish this technological feat. Franck Muller Aeternitas Mega 4 has a 1000 year calendar. For breaking the record number of complications that can be accommodated in a single watch, Franck Muller is unquestionably well-deserved to be called the "Master of Complications".
While the master watchmakers faced a formidable challenge to embed all the complications they knew into what they were going to design, the Aeternitas movement provided them with the foundation, and the Mega 4, with its amazing work, represented the art of watchmaking. The classic small but large Westminster chimes are the only chimes on the market where the tourbillon can be seen on the dial of the watch.