The astronomical Mount Everest watch launched by Jacob & Co., together with the explorer John Ernst Nelson, took a helicopter expedition to Mount Everest
The latest Jacob & Co. Astronomy Tourbillon has a lot to do. For all Astronomia Tourbillon watches with rotating globes and other complex elements, there is usually a big story behind it. Now, astronomy Mount Everest ranks first. Jacob & Co. collaborated with Swedish explorer and environmentalist Johan Ernst Nilson to create a limited edition watch, which is actually a rock from a legendary mountain. However, this is not all, there are many other factors that make the astronomical Mount Everest a conqueror, the most important of which is that its sale brings buyers to Mt through a helicopter experience. Nelson and Mount Everest. There is even a charity element behind the watch.
Nilson has participated in seven summits and has a place in the Guinness World Records for the “three-shot challenge.” He witnessed climate change and its impact in the most remote areas of the world. He and Jacob & Co. hope that this new watch celebrates the earth and brings attention to the fragility of the earth.
About two years ago, Nilson brought an astronomical tourbillon watch with him while climbing the Himalayas. He climbed 6,200 meters, and despite the temperature below minus 30 degrees and the high altitude, the watch still worked. Now, Nielsen (also a keen environmentalist) has collaborated with Jacob & Co. to produce the astronomical Mount Everest men watches brands, which combines three of Nielsen’s most outstanding expeditions: the North Pole, the South Pole and his Of the mountain peaks. Everest climb.
As mentioned earlier, Nelson collected a rock from the mountain. Mount Everest in every watch. In addition, there are two transparent capsules that mimic the buckets Nilson uses to collect water at each pole. The water from the pole is actually in each capsule.
This watch reflects Mt. Everest (8,848 meters)-also an extremely complicated timepiece. The timepiece is based on the brand’s beloved Astronomia Sky tourbillon watch, which has a dual-axis gravity tourbillon on one of the four satellites. The other three satellites have a Jacob-cut diamond weighing 288 faces, a continuously rotating magnesium globe and hour/minute hands.
This Astronomia Everest watch marks the brand’s first use of Super-LumiNova for hands, globes and background constellations. There is even Super-LumiNova on the strap. There are two versions of 47mm watches, one with a black dial and refined in black 18-carat white gold, and the other with a blue dial and refined in 18-carat white gold.
In addition, perhaps the most important point is that watches have a charitable element, because 10% of the sales proceeds of each watch are donated to organizations that are good for the environment (not yet determined).
Nielsen said: “I hope this special timepiece can help change the world. The chronometer is the only watch I have ever asked about when I wear it, so we will start a conversation, hoping that it will lead to change. This special edition will promote the world of our planet Vulnerability.”
To further emphasize the beauty of our planet, Jacob & Co. and Nilson added an adventure to this purchase. Each buyer would take a two-person helicopter with Nilson to the location of Mount Everest, where he took the rock used for the used watches for sale.
Jacob Arabo, founder of Jacob & Co, said: “It is important to raise awareness of the dangers facing our planet. Collaborating with the well-known adventurer and activist Johan Ernst is a good way for our brand to participate. Part of the proceeds from the sale to charity is important for us -If we are to make a difference, we must all take action.”