Case:Three-part, stainless steel
Dial:Solid silver, hand-painted
Hands:Manually crafted from steel
The artist chose the tiger as her motif because it is a very strong, lively and energetic animal. It has the strength and courage of a predator on the one hand and the exotic beauty of a wildcat on the other. The tiger does not sit around and wait – it searches, looks ahead, communicates.
People under the sign of the tiger are considered passionate, daring and combative. They are full of energy and accept the challenge to achieve their goals with enthusiasm and a large portion of optimism. They love variety and adventure.
The Calibre 100.1
Discover everything about the heart of the TIGER Three.
Manufacture calibre 100.1, manually wound, adjusted in five positions
Grossmann balance; hand setting override and start of movement with lateral pusher; space-saving modified Glashütte stopwork with backlash; adjustment with Grossmann micrometer screw on a cantilevered balance cock; Pillar movement with 2/3 plate and frame pillars in untreated German silver; 2/3 plate, balance cock, and escape-wheel cock engraved by hand; broad horizontal Glashütte ribbing; 3-band snailing on the ratchet wheel; raised gold chatons with pan-head screws; separately removable clutch winder; stop seconds for hand setting
Hours and minutes, Grossmann winder with pusher
No. of parts
20 jewels, 3 of which in screwed gold chatons
Diameter 14.2 mm, frequency 18,000 semi-oscillations per hour
42 hours when fully wound
Crown in stainless steel to wind the watch and set the time, pusher in stainless steel to start the movement
Diameter: 41.0 mm, height: 11.35 mm
Diameter: 36.4 mm, height: 5.0 mm
Solid silver, hand-painted
Manually crafted from steel
Sapphire crystal, antireflection-coated on one side
Hand-stitched calf strap with prong buckle in stainless steel