Summed up, the Trilogy watch has two levels. The top level is a
traditional three-handed clock bolted onto the bottom floor where two
totally different one handed displays give you two other timezones.
Down on the lower level, the timezone on the right features a simple
single hand for hours so if it lies in the middle of the 8 and 9, it's
To the bottom left is a more unique way of displaying the time due to
the obscured viewing area. A single hand of different lengths and
design point to the hours in two rows, the shorter hand points to the
hours past 3 o'clock and the longer hand points to the hours past 9
o'clock. Again, if the hand is in between two numbers, it's the
approximate distance between to the two to know how far into the hour it
The case measures 18mm to the tallest point of the upper deck clock,
50mm lug to lug and 44mm wide. Part of a numbered limited edition
collection engraved into the caseback and metal certificate.
That may seem like a lot of info for what is basically a cool new
watch with three very different displays and an unusual dimensional