My New Watch By Earnshaw 1805

As part of the successful Longitude range, Earnshaw announces the launch of the Longitude Hemisphere Automatic ES 8087.

As an automatic timepiece, the watch uses the wearer’s own movements to swing the rotor attached to the back of the movement which in turn automatically winds the mainspring to develop energy to power the watch and its timekeeping functions. The case back of the Longitude Hemisphere shows off a beautifully finished rotor uniquely stamped with the “E” logo and the back lens itself is etched out in a Longitude motif.

Besides the main time display at the 9 o’clock position, an independent second dial reads off the time in a separate time zone. The sub-dial is an applied ring with a radial etching and applied roman numeral markings at the 12, 3 , 6 and 9 o’clock position

At the top of the dial the sun and moon display is visible showing off a beautifully executed metallic outlined view of day and night, carefully framed by a chamfered sub-dial ring. At the 6 o’clock position the expose flywheel is visible and framed elegantly with a bridge, and this symphony of visibly moving parts that demonstrate time is really a magnificent emblem of the Earnshaw watchmaking legacy.