The Swiss cross tells the time
Partime, the innovative timepiece company from Zurich-West, now presents the Swiss cross as a wristwatch or table clock. At BaselWorld watch and jewellery show, an animated Swiss cross with the functions of a timepiece celebrates its première. The national emblem develops in four quarter-hour sections until fully complete after one hour. A moving dot on the outer edge of the dial indicates the hour.
The designer Andreas Mossner is famous for his Partime timepieces from Technopark Zurich. His graphic clocks have been adorning the walls of the bars, restaurants and clubs in the trendy district for several years now. One tells the time in the Reichstag in Berlin, and one of the first models can be viewed in the Grossmünster church in Zurich. Partime recently launched a wristwatch version of its innovative timepiece with a blue display. The wristwatch collection includes seven different models and celebrates its premiere at BaselWorld.
Online shop: www.partime.ch
Partime Flagship Store, Technoparkstrasse 1, 8005 Zurich, +41 44 445 14 55
Queries: Andreas Mossner, Advision AG, Technopark Zurich, +41 44 445 14 55
Part is time.
Partime displays the time with a right angle. The scale shows the hours on the left and the minutes at the bottom.
The time passes visually just like an hourglass: the time that has already passed is the “Part”, and the proportion of time remaining is the “Time”.
Swiss-made, Technopark®, Zurich-West.
Partime was developed at Technopark Zurich. The watches are manufactured and tested in Switzerland.
Impact-resistant and waterproof up to 30 metres.
This robust watch can be worn in the sea or in the Limmat river. The silicone strap always looks brand new.
Scratch-resistant, recessed mineral glass.
The raised edge of the case is made of stainless steel and protects the glass, in the same way as a diver’s watch.
Easily changeable 24mm silicone strap.
Those who would rather wear Partime with a leather strap will find a wide selection of 24mm-wide straps in all colours and materials at their watch retailer.