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John-Mikael Flaux The Time Fury P18

John-Mikaël Flaux specialises in unusual and exotic clocks, and also automatons. He worked for Ulysse Nardin, where he developed a large table clock in the form of a carbon fiber-hulled catamaran.

His recent creations under his own name are self-propelled, automobile-shaped clocks; 8-day tabletop timekeepers that actually move. While his first table clock, the aptly named Car Clock, was modelled on 1930s sports cars, the new Time Fury P18 takes its cues from Formula 1 cars of the 1950s.


Availability: on request



• 256 components
• 11 Rubies
• 18,000 Alt / hour
• 8 days of autonomy
• Swiss lever escapement
• Flaoting hours pointing graduated sector for minutes
• Time setting with the back wheels
• Possibility to let the car drive on table (13.2 mm/h)
• Aluminum body
• Lacquered Color (hand made)
• Silver radiator grill
• Rubber tires
• Mechanism in palladium-plated brass and polished steel 12912


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