HL07

    The Hautlence HL07 stands out with an exterior design that provides depth and a great view of the mechanical movement. The HL07 uses three distinct offset dials, one each for hours, minutes, and seconds, on a same plane. The HL07 timepieces are individually numbered and released in strictly limited editions of 88 timepieces per model. As with all Hautlence timepieces, the HL07 is built around the caliber that is the manufacturer’s own mechanical movement. Inside Information: Hautlence is an anagram of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, where the company is based.

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