The Krayon Anywhere can display the sunrise and sunset — anywhere in the world — via a peripheral indication made of two sapphire discs in conjunction with a 24-hour ring.
To calculate the sunrise and sunset based on your location you need to set four parameters: your latitude, longitude, local UTC time zone, and the date/month. Those are set by the crown using the display in the center section of the dial and then used to calculate the time on the outer dial.
Anywhere’s large peripheral ring separates the day into two sections, and as the day evolves, its length and color change, and with them the face of the watch.
The Anywhere watch measures 39 mm x 9.5 mm and is shown in both 18K white gold and rose cases. The watch is also available in stainless steel (not shown).
Driving the basic and advanced functions of the Anywhere is the existing movement which is a manually-wound 3Hz in-house caliber measuring 35.4 mm x 5 mm, with 432 components, 55 jewels, and an 86-hour power reserve.
Functions include central hours and minutes, a date and month subdial, and sunrise and sunset times with a 24-hour scale and peripheral indication.
The Anywhere in a white gold case, has a blue and silver dial, black alligator strap with white gold pin buckle Ref. C030-10. The rose gold case features a two-tone “creamy” white dial, brown alligator leather strap with rose gold pin buckle (Ref. C030-20). There’s also a third model in stainless steel that’s not shown.
The retail price is $96,000 in stainless steel and $116,000 in 18K gold.
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