Milus will unveil the Tirion TriRetrograde 42 mm collection at Baselworld next month. It’s a time-only watch, but not a three-hander, instead, it has one hand for hours, one hand for minutes, and three hands for seconds. The seconds are broken down into three 20-second segment retrograde displays, all off-center surrounding the hour and minute hands on the dial.

The movement is self-winding caliber 3838 with a 40-hour power reserve. The case is in steel and measures 42 mm in diameter. Two dial options are available. A skeleton model with an anthracite inner bezel ring, blued screws, skeletonized hour and minute hands, red retrograde second hands with a sandblasted grey background.

Or the white dial version (shown above) with a guilloché motif (Clous de Paris) and skeletonized blue hands, blue markers, and a silver-toned inner bezel ring.

Retail is $5,000 to $10,000.

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