Jacob & Co. just released a crazy timepiece inspired by “Scarface”
It can even play the music in the movie as prompted.
Say hello to your new friend: a super luxury timepiece adapted from the film “Scarface” by Brian De Palma. It has the right amount of irritation, once put on the wrist, it is expected to become a real stealer.
So, who put this thing together? Jacob & Co.’s superb watchmakers went all out to produce this limited edition timepiece.
The new Opera Scarface is based on the brand’s famous Opera series, integrating a 120-note music box, and it emits truly powerful notes. Just press the button at 10 o’clock, and the clock will start playing the “Bolivia” theme from the 1983 American crime drama, and the entire dial rotates 120 degrees. In all these dramas, thanks to the patented differential system, the time display always remains at the correct 12/6 position.
More film references can be found under the dome and anti-reflective sapphire crystal case. There is an 18K gold, black lacquered piano. Of course, the keys will move when the music is playing; there is also a striking red Scarface nameplate with the figure of Tony Montana engraved on it.
The watch is powered by the Jacob & Co. trademark three-axis tourbillon movement, which is wrapped in an 18K rose gold violin-shaped crank on the side. The tourbillon of the movement rotates on one axis for 24 seconds, on the second axis for 8 seconds, and on the third axis for 72 seconds. In the middle of the movement is an 18K rose gold “The world is your” globe, which is similar to the mirror found in the entrance hall of Tony Montana’s Miami Building.
Since the power reserve of the movement and the music box are separated, the watch can run for 42 hours continuously, and the music box can be played 3 times without having to wind it up again. The watch is available in black DLC titanium or 18K rose gold, the latter complementing the gold elements on the dial.luxury replica watches